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As employers, aid organisations have a duty of care to take all reasonable measures to protect their staff from foreseeable risks. EISF’s new research paper - “Managing the Security of Aid Workers with Diverse Profiles” - unpacks the challenges aid organisations face when trying to manage the security of aid…
How is the humanitarian response in Chad going? What do affected people and aid workers think? Are the right things being done in the right way? Ground Truth Solutions and the CHS Alliance have just released the first round of results of perception surveys with approximately 1,600 affected people and…
This month we are putting Islamic Relief Worldwide (IRW) in the spotlight. As a founding member of the CHS Alliance and the largest Muslim organisation in the world, IRW constantly strives to promote and strengthen accountability and quality across their global operations. Affirming their commitment towards accountability, they conducted a…
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What is inclusive security risk management?

In this blog, Adelicia summarises the main findings and recommendations of EISF's new research paper, which explores the security needs of aid workers with diverse profiles and the challenges aid organisations face managing these needs.
By Adelicia Fairbanks 20/09/2018

Running a coaching network - Coffee with Lauren McWilliams

Lauren McWilliams joined the CHS Alliance in July 2016 as the Alliance’s Events and Projects Officer responsible for managing the coaching component of the Start Network’s Talent Development Project. We caught up with her over a coffee to hear about her experience.
By Lauren McWilliams 30/08/2018