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Certified partners are the humanitarian and development organisations that use one of our services: certification against the CHS.

This service offers independent and objective assurance that an organisation or a group of organisations meet the requirements specified in the CHS, good practices or commitments.

Use the search function below to explore all our certified partners!

You can read the audit reports of each organisation, explore when they were certified and learn more about each organisation.

Certified partners

ACT Alliance

Status: certification valid until March 2025.

135 member organisations are engaged in humanitarian, development and advocacy work in over 120 countries across the world.

ACT Church of Sweden

Status: certification valid until March 2024.

Defending people’s dignity and rights, ACT Church of Sweden has been certified against the CHS since 2016.


Status: certification valid until March 2024.

Member of a global Church network with a presence in 165 countries to help those who are truly in need.

Caritas Denmark

Status: certification valid until March 2022.

Founded in 1947, Caritas Denmark is one of Denmark’s oldest humanitarian organisations.

Christian Aid

Status: certification valid until March 2024.

We are a partnership of people, churches and local organisations committed to ending poverty worldwide.

COAST Foundation

Status: certification valid until January 2022.

The Bangladeshi organisation COAST Foundation has been certified agains the CHS since 2017.

Concern Worldwide

Status: certification valid. Considering the extraordinary circumstances related to COVID-19, the validity of the certificate (originally expiring in October 2021) has been extended until April 2022.

An international humanitarian organisation that strives for a world free from poverty, fear and oppression.

Danish Red Cross

Status: certification valid until October 2022. Considering the extraordinary circumstances related to COVID-19, the validity of the certificate (originally expiring in April 2022) has been extended until October 2022.

About 13 million volunteers in 192 countries form the core of the Red Cross. In Denmark, we are almost 35,000 volunteers.

Dan Church Aid

Status: certification valid until January 2025.

Showing leadership and maintaining 100 years of tradition for action and innovation.

Danish Refugee Council

Status: certification valid until July 2025.

The Danish Refugee Council assists refugees and internally displaced persons in 40 countries across the globe.


Status: certification valid until September 2024.

Diakonia is a faith-based Swedish development organisation supporting and working with around 400 local partner organisations.

Evangelical Fellowship of India Commission on Relief (EFICOR)

Status: certification valid until November 2023.

EFICOR was founded in 1967 and has been on a journey of transformation since then.