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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In a paper summarising actions undertaken to prevent, investigate, and respond to sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) and sexual harrasment and abuse (SHA), the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) referred to the Core Humanitarian Standard on Quality and Accountabiltiy (CHS) and, more specifially, to the self-assessment tool and its PSEA score.
21/06/2018
Commitment 3 of the Core Humanitarian Standard on Quality and Accountability (CHS) states: “People in crisis can expect that they are not negatively affected and are more prepared, resilient, and less at-risk as a result of humanitarian action.” The Care Group Model (CGM) aims to prepare communities and build resilience…
19/06/2018
This month we are putting Concern Worldwide in the spotlight. As a member of the CHS Alliance and Ireland’s largest humanitarian organisation, Concern continuously strengthens and expands systems and processes to ensure accountability across its programmes.
07/06/2018
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