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Harmonising donor assessments

Donors now recognise CHS Verification as part of their donor due diligence or partner assessment. A welcomed development.

Harmonising donor assessments

The CHS is going to be a central tool in harmonisation. This panel discussion shed a light on urgent concepts of the Grand Bargain: cutting duplication, harmonising donor due diligence and simplifying partner assessments.

"Donors now recognise CHS Verification as part of their donor due diligence or partner assessment. This is a welcomed development since it makes a positive move to a more efficient approach without loosing any rigour", confirmes Mervat Shelbaya from OCHA.


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