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Join the launch of the Humanitarian Accountability Report on 6th October

The CHS Alliance launches the Humanitarian Accountability Report 2020 - join online!

September 2020

Are we really making aid work better for crisis-affected people?

The CHS Alliance’s biennial flagship publication, the Humanitarian Accountability Report (HAR) 2020 will explore this fundamental question on 6 October 2020, 15:30 CEST (online).

Providing an evidence-based overview of accountability in the sector, the HAR 2020 will report on the current state of adherence to the CHS and what progress has been made meeting its Nine Commitments. Using information and data gathered from more than 90 aid organisations that have undertaken CHS verification, the report will uncover which Commitments are being best met and where more efforts are most needed.

Leaders and practitioners from aid organisations, donors and think tanks are invited to join the launch event to discover the HAR 2020’s findings and join the debate on the analysis of years’ worth of CHS verification data.

Register for the online launch here!


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