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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On 1st October the CHS Alliance, in partnership with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), launched the 2018 edition of the Humanitarian Accountability Report (HAR) in Geneva. Since then, the Alliance has organised a series of launch events around the world.
Since January 2018, we have been working in partnership with Ground Truth Solutions (GTS) in Chad to collect feedback from people affected by crisis and aid workers and, based on these findings, help the Humanitarian Country Team (HCT) adapt the implementation of their programmes.
On 26 November, the CHS Alliance participated in a panel discussion on good practice in investigations into sexual exploitation and abuse at a joint meeting of the United Nations investigations bodies and the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) in Geneva. This meeting was attended by managers of investigations sections from across…
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Debriefing toolkit for humanitarian workers

Nowadays many humanitarian workers request debriefing. However, when debriefers do not follow appropriate steps, debriefing may be ineffective or problematic. Therefore, it is extremely important that debriefing is offered to humanitarian workers by trained debriefers and good practice is followed.
By Dr Debbie Hawker 15/01/2019