UNICEF hosts a big consultation on its partnership approach on 11-12th November 2019. CAFOD tried to sponsor a partner from Nigeria to attend, but unfortunately the visa… Read more “Towards a global partnership and localisation framework – Thoughts on the UNICEF partnership consultation”
For World Humanitarian Day this year, I wrote a blog about what I have learned throughout the ten years I have been involved in the humanitarian aid… Read more “What the localisation of humanitarian aid really means, and how Charter4Change is ensuring that INGOs walk their talk”
Anticipatory actions are required now before an expected disastrous eruption occurs in Goma town.
Analytical paper on WHS self-reporting on Agenda for Humanity transformation 4A and 5A
Antti Toivanen, Finn Church Aid Country Director for Greece, shares from his experiences, the importance of partnerships in ensuring collective results.
Jody Gunn-Russell, Human Resources Advisor at CAFOD, shares her reflections and ideas to ensure HR complements the localisation agenda.
To mark World Humanitarian Day 2017, Rezaul Chowdhury, Executive Director of the Coastal Association for Social Transformation (COAST), comments on the Grand Bargain and localisation processes, and why they are important in the context of Bangladesh.
Across Asia and the Middle East, Catholic Relief Services (CRS) is strengthening the emergency response capacity of local faith-based organizations in its Preparing to Excel in Emergency Response, or PEER, project.
One year on from the World Humanitarian Summit Charter4Change signatories share progress made, and challenges encountered, in implementing the Charter’s commitments by May 2018.
Empowering Humanitarian Assistance through Localisation Written by: Cornelia Füllkrug-Weitzel, President of Brot für die Welt and Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe, Translation by: Rachel Weinberger, Fotos/Graphic Recording Fachkonferenz 60J. DKH For… Read more “Actions speak louder than words”