NGOs Deem Taliban Female Staff Ban ‘Unacceptable’: Aid Group HeadCHS Exchange conference

We still have a long way to go to achieve our goal of being more accountable to people in crisis. For this to happen, we need a fundamental shift in how we work as individuals, as teams, as organisations, as a system.

We need to work on solutions together. Harnessing the collective power of the CHS Alliance movement is key to making the urgent changes we know are needed so that people affected by crises can hold organisations accountable for how they use power. How we can do this more effectively will be a core discussion at our upcoming two-day virtual CHS Exchange conference 27-28 September, followed by our Members’ General Assembly, 29 September.

Join us to:

Principles of partnership resource pageStandards resourcesAdding to the Evidence: the impacts of sanctions and restrictive measures on humanitarian actionToolkit for Principled Humanitarian ActionPractical Guide Project Cycle management and counter terrorism risksSphere Handbook 2018Statement of Commitment on Eliminating Sexual Exploitation and Abuse by UN and Non-UN PersonnelCommitment and Motion to Action on PSEA and Sexual Harassment