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The Core Humanitarian Standard turns five this week…

CHS five year anniversary

The Core Humanitarian Standard turns five this week!

Developed by the sector for the sector, the Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS) places people affected by crisis at the centre of humanitarian and development action.

To see how it all began, watch this clip from the CHS launch event in Copenhagen on 12 December 2014.

This Thursday 12 December 2019 we encourage CHS Alliance members to mark the fifth anniversary of the CHS’s launch. Share the clip using the hashtag #RaiseTheStandard on twitter and LinkedIn, and let us know how the CHS’s Nine Commitments have helped you raise the standard for the people you work for.

general assembly news

CHS Alliance members and partners, gathered together for the CHS Exchange and General Assembly (GA) 19-21 November in Bangkok. The three days provided a critical opportunity to debate, discuss and chart a way forward, in demonstrating our commitment to the CHS and making aid work better for affected people.

A report on the learnings from the Exchange is coming soon. Read on for the GA highlights.

Welcome to our new Board

CHS Alliance members elected seven new Board members and reappointed Robert Tickner as the Board chair. Meet the newly elected CHS Alliance Board members.

Statutes changes approved

CHS Alliance members voted to approve several amendments to our Statutes at the GA. These amendments increase the clarity of the Statutes’ text, and enable better functioning of the CHS Alliance Board, our General Assemblies and the CHS Alliance Secretariat. Read more about the revised Statutes.

Future strategy and verification scheme changes

Our members also had the opportunity to devote time to debating the proposed strategic objectives for the CHS Alliance. This comprehensive work by the membership will inform the updated strategy, to be approved by the Board at their next meeting in 2020.

Thank you to all our members who made this GA such a success. Your voices really counted.

The full minutes from the 2019 GA will be shared on our website shortly.

About Verification

Are you a verification champion?

Has your organisation completed a CHS self-assessment, or an external audit through HQAI? Would you like to connect with other CHS Alliance members to share good practices, and hear tips on how to overcome challenges from those with firsthand experience?

Be a champion and join our CHS Alliance Verification Community of Practice.

Self-Assessment Reflection from Somalia

World Vision Somalia recently undertook verification against the Core Humanitarian Standard. Brian Mathews Jumbe, Quality Assurance & Strategy Manager, shares his top tips for conducting a self-assessment as a Country Office in a Global Network.

Accountability to Affected Populations

CHS Alliance member hosts successful global Q&A training

Building on the October 2019 Training of the Trainer on Quality and Accountability for the Syria response, CHS Alliance member Community World Service Asia (CWSA) hosted a ToT on Q&A with contributions from CHS Alliance and Sphere.

CWSAs six-day November Q&A ToT in Bangkok succeeded in bringing together people from a diverse range of organisations and geographical contexts to help aid workers ensure a people centred approach.

protection from sexual exploitation, abuse and Harassment (PSEAH)


CHS Alliance staff recently participated in the second Bond Safeguarding for Development Conference. The event brought together safeguarding practitioners from across the Bond membership and wider sector to share sector progress, expertise and learning around safeguarding and prevention of sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment in the international aid sector.


Humanitarian HR report out

We are happy to share with you the HHR2019 Conference report.

The report is designed to offer an overview of the conference highlights and the different perspectives that were shared on how we can collectively do more to “Build trust in people, in organisations and in the sector".

Based on feedback from this year’s HHR2019, we are launching a People Management Community of Practice for CHS Alliance members in early 2020.

If your organisation is interested in joining this network, please ask your people management practitioner to complete this short form on our website by 16 December 2019.

Care and Compassion: be well to serve well

In September 2019 we announced our new initiative, cultivating caring and compassionate aid organisations. Find out why we’ve decided to focus on this important issue for the aid sector, and watch out for a CHS Alliance member briefing in early 2020.


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SEA Investigations

This four-day workshop demonstrates how to conduct fair, thorough and confidential investigations into complaints of staff misconduct, with a particular focus on allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse of affected populations.
  • 11-14 Feb 2020, London - Register here
  • 24-27 Mar 2020, Geneva - Register here
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Investigations Follow Up Workshop

This three-day workshop aims to strengthen and hone participants’ skills in planning and conducting fair, thorough and confidential investigations into complaints of staff misconduct, with a focus on allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse of affected populations.
  • 28-30 Apr 2020, Geneva - Register here


Are you a humanitarian professional with experience in quality and accountability? Do you have current knowledge on best practices and policies in the humanitarian sector? Do you want to join a small, but dynamic team to bring your knowledge and experience to a large membership organisation?

The CHS Alliance is looking for a dynamic, results-driven individual as our new Manager for Accountability to Affected People (AAP Manager).

The deadline for applications is 5 January 2020 (23:59 GMT).
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Our mission is to help continuously improve our member organisations’ service to people and communities affected by crisis. With this perspective in mind, we offer a safe and functioning complaints mechanism, allowing any stakeholder to file a complaint against the Alliance or any of its member organisations. You can find our complaints policy and procedure here.

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