Presentation of the SEAH Harmonised Reporting Scheme

The CHS Alliance and the Steering Committee for Humanitarian Response (SCHR), with funding from the Foreign Commonwealth Development Office (FCDO), have joined forces to increase transparency and reduce under- reporting on SEAH in the aid sector through the development of a harmonised framework for SEAH data collection and reporting. This system will support trend analyses and effective learning from aggregated data, which will inform policies and strategies aimed at improving survivor’s outcomes and prevention interventions.

The pilot phase of the SEAH Harmonised Reporting Scheme to test the proposed SEAH harmonised framework with a range of national and international organisations was launched in October 2022 and will run unitl September 2023.

New organisations can join the Scheme at any time to test and adopt a harmonised system that works for all. Download the document to read more on the objectives, who can join and how, and what being a member requires.

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