Charter of Accountability Signatories

The undersigned local and national NGOs, commit themselves to deliver the changes identified in the Charter of Accountability within their own organisational ways of working so that they take upon themselves the responsibility to ensure that people affected by crisis are the focus of their humanitarian work and make themselves accountable to them. The undersigned local and national NGOs also take responsibility in holding their partner signatory INGOs to account for the fulfillment of their commitments to the Charter for Change and influence the non-signatories to support.

The Charter of Accountability (COA) is signed and supported by a number of southern-based NGOs listed below*:

  • Action Entraide (Democratic Republic of Congo)
  • Action For Development (Cambodia)
  • Action pour la Protection de la Santé Humaine, Animale et Végétale (APROSHAV) (Democratic Republic of Congo)
  • Africa Development Aid (ADA) (South Sudan)
  • African Women and Youth Action for Development (AWYAD) (Uganda)
  • Anglican Development Services (ADS) North Rift (Kenya)
  • Arid Lands Development Focus Kenya (ALDEF) (Kenya)
  • ASAL Humanitarian Network (Kenya)
  • Assistance and Cooperation for Community Resilience and Development, Inc. (ACCORD, Inc.) (Philippines)
  • Assistance for Humanitarian Missions-International (AHMI) (Uganda)
  • Association of Voluntary Actions for Society (AVAS) (Bangladesh)
  • BDCSO Process (Bangladesh)
  • Building Foundation for Development (BFD) (Yemen)
  • Care for the Physically Challenged and Destitute Foundation (CAPCADF) (Nigeria)
  • Caritas Kotido Diocese (Uganda)
  • CCNF (Bangladesh)
  • Centre d’Aide pour le Développement Intégral (CADI) (Democratic Republic of Congo)
  • Centre de Recherche JURISCONSULTE (CRJ) (Democratic Republic of Congo)
  • Child’s Destiny and Development Organization (CHIDDO) (South Sudan)
  • Children Initiative for Peace Organization (CHIPO) (Uganda)
  • Children’s Voice (Democratic Republic of Congo)
  • Civil Resource Development and Documentation Center (CIRDDOC) (Nigeria)
  • Coastal Association for Social Transformation Trust (Bangladesh)
  • Comité d’Action pour le Développement Intégral (CADI) (Democratic Republic of Congo)
  • Community Development Network (CODNET) (Uganda)
  • Community Empowerment and Rehabilitation Initiative for Development (CERID) (Uganda)
  • Community Empowerment for Creative Innovation (CECI) (Uganda)
  • Community Empowerment for Peace and Development (CEPAD) (Uganda)
  • Community Empowerment for Rural Development (CEFORD) (Uganda)
  • Community Empowerment Network (CENET) (Uganda and South Sudan)
  • Community Empowerment Network (COMEN) (Nigeria)
  • Conflict Transformation for Development (CTD) (Kenya and South Sudan)
  • Convention Pour Le Bien Etre Social (Democratic Republic of Congo)
  • Cox’s Bazar Environment, Human Rights & Development Forum (CEHRDF) (Bangladesh)
  • CRUDAN (Nigeria)
  • DARBAR SAHITYA SANSADA (DSS) (India)
  • Development Centre for Orientation, Discovery and Empowerment (DeCODE) (Nigeria)
  • Ecosystems Work for Essential Benefits (ECOWEB), Inc. (Philippines)
  • emBOLDen Alliances (USA)
  • Feminature Uganda (Uganda)
  • Food for the Hungry Philippines (FHP) (Philippines)
  • Forum for Awareness and Youth Activity (FAYA) (Nepal)
  • Foundation for Rural Development (Pakistan)
  • Garib Unnayan Sangstha (GUS) (Bangladesh)
  • Global Empowerment for Poverty Alleviation-GEPA (South Sudan)
  • Groupe d’action de Paix et de formation pour la Transformation (GAPAFOT) (Central African Republic)
  • Here Is Life (HIL) (Uganda)
  • Hope 360 Initiative for Peace (Nigeria)
  • Hope for Community Initiative (HCI) (South Sudan)
  • Human Health Aid (Burundi)
  • Humanitarian Aid International (HAI) (India)
  • Humanitarian Relief and Development Council (HRDC) (Somalia)
  • International Association of World Peace Advocates (IAWPA) (Kenya)
  • ISDE-Bangladesh (Bangladesh)
  • JAGO NARI (Barguna Nari Jagaron Karmoshuchi) (Bangladesh)
  • Life at Best Development Initiative (LABI) (Nigeria)
  • MAYANK Anti-Corruption Coalition (MACCO) (Uganda)
  • Nahd Developmental Foundation (NDF) (Yemen)
  • National Relief and Development Corps (NRDC) (South Sudan)
  • North-East Affected Area Development Society (NEADS) (India)
  • Nuba Foundation (NF) (South Sudan and Sudan (Nuba Mountains region))
  • Ohaha Family Foundation (Nigeria)
  • Participatory Research Action Network (PRAN) (Bangladesh)
  • Pastoralist Girls Initiative (PGI) (Kenya)
  • Programme for Helpless And Lagged Societies (PHALS) (Bangladesh)
  • Relief, Reconstruction and Development Organization (RRDO) (Kenya)
  • Santé et Développement (SAD) (Democratic Republic of Congo)
  • SIKAT (Sentro para sa Ikauunlad ng Katutubong Agham at Teknolohiya Inc. or Center for the Development of Indigenous Science and Technology) (Philippines)
  • Snazzy Hope Foundation (SHF) (Nigeria)
  • Support Yemeni Society Organization for Development (SYS) (Yemen)
  • Taakulo Somali Community (Somalia)
  • Udyama (India)
  • Union pour la Promotion, la Défense des Droits Humains et de l’Environnement (UPDDHE/GL)(Democratic Republic of Congo)
  • Vision for Humanity (ViFoH) (Uganda)
  • Women in Humanitarian Response in Nigeria Initiative (WIHRINI) (Nigeria)
  • Women’s Right to Education Programme (WREP) (Nigeria)
  • Youth Social Advocacy Team (YSAT) (Uganda and South Sudan)

*Any Southern-based National or Local organization working in the humanitarian sector can sign the Charter of Accountability (COA), the process is open to all reflecting the ever expanding humanitarian ecosystem.

**For region-wise categorization of Charter of Accountability Signatories, see here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1KJRywULuLQr480GjeBUXxRtKyWotAZ5CJxiQpcB2Tmc/edit?usp=sharing