2 edition of Enhancing the quality of humanitarian assistance found in the catalog.
Enhancing the quality of humanitarian assistance
Enhancing the Quality of Humanitarian Assistance (International Working Conference) (2001 The Hague, Netherlands)
|Contributions||Netherlands. Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||41|
### The Sphere Project Those affected by catastrophe and conflicts often lose basic human rights. Recognising this, a group of humanitarian non-governmental organisations and the Red Cross movement launched the Sphere Project in The aim of this project was to improve the quality of assistance and enhance the accountability of the humanitarian system in disaster response by . Humanitarian assistance: standards, skills, training, and experience a group of humanitarian non-governmental organisations and the Red Cross movement launched the Sphere Project in The aim of this project was to improve the quality of assistance and enhance the accountability of the humanitarian system in disaster response by.
Humanitarian Assistance. Humanitarian action is a process undertaken to save lives, alleviate suffering, and maintain human dignity during and after CEs and natural disasters, as well as to prevent and prepare for them. From: International Encyclopedia of Public Health (Second Edition), Related terms: Logistics; Sanitation. International humanitarian assistance 16 Humanitarian assistance vs. global redistribution of resources 20 Humanitarian assistance and the ‘consequentialist’ challenge 28 Relief vs. development 35 Humanitarian assistance vs. humanitarian intervention 40 Culture 43 Chapter structure 46 1. Humanity and Impartiality: The Contemporary Normative
s when practitioners identified a funding gap between humanitarian assistance, relief, and development activities. Since then, agencies, academics and practitioners have attempted to find ways of. Side-event, ECOSOC Humanitarian Affairs Segment 21 July “Enhancing the Effectiveness and Quality of International Disaster Assistance: International and Regional Initiatives to Support Affected States” Panelists Beat von Däniken, Chief of Staff, Deputy Head of Humanitarian Aid, Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation.
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Enhancing the Quality of Humanitarian Assistance: Taking Stock and Future Initiatives Andre Griekspoor, MD, MPH;1 Egbert Sondorp, MD, MPH2 cal Officer, Departmen of t Emergency and Humanitarian Action, World Health Organisation, Geneva, Switzerland 2.
Senior Lecturer Public Healt andh Humanitarian Aid, Health Policy Unit. VolIssue 4 (Complex Emergencies) Decemberpp. Enhancing the Quality of Humanitarian Assistance: Taking Stock and Future Initiatives. Andre Griekspoor(a1)and Egbert Sondorp(a2) (a1) 1Technical Officer, Department of Emergency and Humanitarian Action, World Health Organisation, Geneva, by: Quality enhancement of humanitarian assistance is far from a technical task.
It is interwoven with debates on politics of principles and people are intensely committed to the various outcomes. of humanitarian assistance.
The aim of the project is to improve the quality of assistance provided to people affected by disasters, and to enhance the accountability of the humanitarian system in disaster response. The Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in Disaster Response are theFile Size: 2MB.
Quality management models may provide the required framework, and they also can be used to embed current initiatives by organisations. Humanitarian organisations may want to develop forms of self-regulation rather than waiting for accreditation by donors. Another area in which progress is needed is a system-wide approach to : Andre Griekspoor and Egbert Sondorp.
humanitarian response: The Sphere Handbook. The aim of the Handbook is to improve the quality of humanitarian response in situations of disaster and conflict, and to enhance the accountability of humanitarian action to crisis-affected people.
The Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in Humanitarian Response are the product of the collective. Trócaire’s Humanitarian Protection Policy provides a clear statement for Trócaire staff of the organisation’s protection commitments. These commitments confirm that Trócaire will prioritise the prevention of Violence, Discrimination, Coercion and Exploitation and Deliberate Deprivationin humanitarian responses.
The Quality COMPAS is the first quality assurance method specifically designed for the quality management of humanitarian projects. The main innovation proposed by the Quality COMPAS is a shift from quality control (e.g. post evaluation and verification of compliance to standards) to quality assurance (prevention by the management of critical points during the project cycle).
minimum standards in core areas of humanitarian assistance. The aim of the project is to improve the quality of assistance provided to people affected by disasters, and to enhance the accountability of the humanitarian system in disaster response.
The Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in Disaster Response are. TIVE HUMANITARIAN AID: A DONOR PERSPECTIVEIMAGINING MORE EFFEC.
Imagining More Effective Humanitarian Aid: A Donor Perspective. Rachel Scott1. Abstract. This paper is intended to provoke debate, and stimulate further thinking and study, about.
humanitarian effectiveness, and what that will mean for donors and other stakeholders, in the. Humanitarian Standards Partnership The Humanitarian Standards Partnership is a collaboration between the world’s leading standards setting initiatives which aims to improve the quality and accountability of humanitarian action through the increased application of humanitarian standards.
Enhancing the Quality of Humanitarian Assistance: Taking Stock and Future Initiatives. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 16(Special Issue 04. humanitarian assistance million population movements recorded between Jan-Jun million people reached with some form of humanitarian assistance on average per month million² people are in acute need of humanitarian assistanceSyrians have spontaneously returned between Jan-Mayincluding o refugees.
For evaluations have the potential to enhance the accountability and operational performance of humanitarian agencies, thereby improving the standard of protection and assistance which they can offer to people in need.
As the following paragraphs suggest, a number of steps could be taken to ensure that this potential is more fully realized. Books shelved as humanitarian: Three Cups of Tea: One Man's Mission to Promote Peace One School at a Time by Greg Mortenson, An Imperfect Offering: H.
Assessing the impact of humanitarian assistance in the health sector. The impact of humanitarian assistance. Evaluation quality is a function of methodological and data inputs.
This paper. This fully updated second edition of The Handbook of Humanitarian Law in Armed Conflicts sets out an international 'manual' of humanitarian law in armed conflicts accompanied by case analysis and extensive explanatory commentary by a team of distinguished and internationally renowned experts.
Topics examined include the historical development, legal basis, and scope of application of. Humanitarian Exchange – Responding to Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo special feature Tools & Research Item Operational Challenges of implementing health research in humanitarian settings Blog Read the latest news from our projects News Call for Action: Ethical global health research in emergencies Tools & Research Item.
The largest seven or eight transnational NGOs deliver the lion’s share of emergency assistance and in NGOs were responsible for as much as 45% of all humanitarian assistance. In approximately one-third of the $ billion state-donor funding ended.
enhance humanitarian assistance effectiveness in order to make it work better as part of forward presence in national defense strategy. In order for the military planner to understand humanitarian assistance better, this paper highlights the events that led to humanitarian assistance being incorporated as a means.
Inthe Consortium of British Humanitarian Agencies (now the Start Network), supported by People in Aid (now the CHS Alliance), worked with 15 organisations to identify core competencies deemed critical to enhance capacity, and improve effectiveness of humanitarian work and assistance to people affected by humanitarian crisis.Humanitarian Assistance 1 Introduction Humanitarian aid is one of the most effective and practical means of mitigating situations of armed conflict, natural disasters and other disaster situations.
Humanitarian crisis crises are in manymost cases unexpected and require immediate action to minimize suffering. It is a very.the role of modern professionalism in evolving the humanitarian endeavour Peter Walker and Catherine Russ Peter Walker is director of the Feinstein International Center, Tufts University, Medford, USA, and member of the Editorial Board of the International Review of the Red Cross.
Catherine Russ is learning advisor of Enhancing Learning &.