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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

Developmental Action without Borders / Naba’a

Status: certification valid until September 2025.

Naba’a is a non-profit Lebanese organisation, which works with Palestinian, Lebanese and Syrian communities.


Status: certification valid until September 2025.

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 2026.

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

Finn Church Aid

Status: certification valid until June 2025.

The largest Finnish international aid organisation.


Status: certification valid until February 2026.

We are an international Social Purpose Organisation guided by a vision of a world where people — especially the hard-to-reach and unaddressed — have equal opportunities to live with dignity and hope.


Status: certification valid until November 2026.

HiHFAD provides on-the-ground support for innocent civilians displaced, in danger and in need as a result of the conflict in Syria.

International Blue Crescent Relief and Development Foundation (IBC)

Status: certificate withdrawn on 09 November 2020.

IBC was initiated to improve the lives of the people suffering, especially the most disadvantaged section of the world population.

International Rescue Committee

Status: certification valid until April 2026.

The International Rescue Committee responds to the world's worst humanitarian crises, including the conflict in Ukraine and the crisis in Afghanistan.

Islamic Relief Worldwide

Status: certification valid until May 2026.

A global NGO, working in more than 40 countries providing emergency aid & long-term development, and campaigning for change.


Status: certification valid until March 2026.

Medair is an international humanitarian organisation to relieve human suffering in some of the world’s most remote and devastated places.

Mission East

Status: certification valid until July 2025.

Mission East is an early adopter of the CHS.

Norwegian Church Aid

Status: certification valid until May 2026.

Norwegian Church Aid (NCA) works with people and organisations around the world in their struggle to eradicate poverty and injustice.