The Government of Colombia and HQAI to co-host an Event at the WHS

The government of Colombia's Unit for the Assistance and Comprehensive Reparation to Victims and the Humanitarian Quality Assistance Initiative (HQAI) will be co-hosting a panel side event at the World Humanitarian Summit. The high level dialogue aims to encourage discussion on how HQAI’s innovative approach can help in assessing and improving state led humanitarian activities.…
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HQAI to present at the World Humanitarian Summit

The Humanitarian Quality Assurance Initiative (HQAI) will participate in the first ever World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul. The international conference will take place on the 23rd and 24th of May with the participation of a multitude of humanitarian NGOs, government agencies and independent experts. Hosting a stand offering complementary information, HQAI will also be presenting at…
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Five humanitarian agencies publicly demonstrate their accountability

The first five humanitarian agencies objectively demonstrate their practical application of principles enshrined in the Core Humanitarian Standard Geneva, Switzerland, 21th of March 2016 The Church of Sweden, Naba’a, Tearfund, CAFOD and Christian Aid are the first five organisations to opt for an independent assessment of their practices against the Core Humanitarian Standard. Following their…
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