Bringing together more than two decades of experience in quality, accountability and people management, CHS Alliance forms one of the largest and most influential networks of organisations committed to improving humanitarian and development work through the application of standards.

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The CHS Alliance was invited by the HR INGO Network of the Philippines and Christian Aid to bring our training on investigating allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse to Manila.
The Core Humanitarian Standard was launched four years ago. We have learnt a lot from the verification processes organisations have undertaken to assess how successfully they have applied the standard, while acknowledging that the need for a more accountable aid sector is greater than ever. Therefore, we are pleased to…
In February, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) joined the CHS Alliance as its fifth global network, bringing 120 country offices as affiliate members. We sat down with ADRA’w president, Jonathan Duffy, and with Olivier Guth, director for global accountability to find out what motivated ADRA to join the…
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Strengthening accountability in Chad

In a tucked away country, often out of sight of international media, not one but three major humanitarian responses are underway. With the continued presence of refugees from Sudan, more recent displacement due to threats from Boko Haram and the arrival of people fleeing conflict in Central African Republic, Chad…
By Alexandra Warner and Guillaume Pocard 27/03/2019

Exploring the CHS Verification Data: why commitment 5 is scoring low?

In recent months we have communicated several times about an important finding from our verification data: commitment 5 of the Core Humanitarian Standard on Quality and Accountability (CHS) is systematically scoring low, meaning that populations associated with the delivery of aid do not have access to functioning, responsive and safe…
By Adrien Muratet 27/03/2019