The Core Humanitarian Standard on Quality and Accountability sets out Nine Commitments that organisations and individuals involved in humanitarian response can use to improve the quality and effectiveness of the assistance they provide.

To do so, organisations can use one of the options of the CHS Verification Scheme to measure their performance against the CHS and making improvements on areas where they are most needed.

Verified organisations

To date and since the launch of the verification scheme in 2016, 109 organisations have completed at least one verification option. This includes 97 international organisations and 12 national organisations. The map below shows where these organisations have their headquarters.

Verified organisations by country (national/international organisations only)
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Verification statistics (from 2015 to date)

Verification type Number of verifications Number of organisations involved
Self-assessment 69 69
Independent verification 11 26*
Certification 22 22
Total 102 109**
** This number includes the 16 ActionAid organisations that were involved in a group verification.
** This number excludes nine organisations that have completed two different verification options (e.g. a self-assessment followed by certification or an independent verification)

Explore the data

The CHS Alliance is compiling results from these verifications and making the aggregated, anonymous, results available to all interested stakeholders through this platform, using the following credentials:

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Please note that CHS Alliance members who have completed their verification get their own individual sets of dashboards illustrating their results and benchmarking it against the average results of all other verified organisations.