Twenty-five years ago, accountability to affected communities and people was nowhere to be seen in policy discussions in our sector. Today, the sector agrees that our responses should be accountable to affected communities and people. However, many still struggle with what concrete actions they need to take to transform their good intentions into concrete outcomes.
The CHS Alliance supports and conducts research to identify and recognise best practice, improve accountability approaches, develop tools and provide a stronger evidence base on the link between accountability and higher quality humanitarian and development action. Learning is disseminated through publications, our website, conferences and workshops.
Should you like to engage with the Alliance with regard to policy, advocacy or learning, please get in contact with our Head of Policy, Advocacy and Learning, David Loquercio, at firstname.lastname@example.org.