Humanitarian Accountability Report 2022: Accountability is Non-Negotiable – Inclusive Action

How people experience crisis depends on factors such as age, gender, sexual orientation, disability, race and more.

Incorporating the voices of people affected by crisis in decision making, crisis-affected people feeling empowered to hold aid workers accountable, and organisations tailoring interventions in accordance with the needs, rights, capacities, and experiences of all types of people they are serving are all fundamental in ensuring accountability in aid.

A key chapter in the 2022 Humanitarian Accountability Report: Accountability is Non-Negotiable, Chapter 6 focuses on Inclusive Action.

This Chapter uses the CHS Gender and Diversity Index as a starting point to analyse how well aid organisations are working for the many different individuals, groups and communities of people they serve. It explores where progress is being made and where urgent action is needed.