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Power Point presentation on the Réseau Logistique Humanitaire shared by Handicap International/Humanity & Inclusion at the VOICE Webinar on the Grand Bargain and the drive for efficiency in the humanitarian sector (19 November 2020).
This position paper sets out views expressed by members of the VOICE Grand Bargain Task Force to improve the humanitarian sector and to strive for more efficiency for the 167.6 million people in need of humanitarian intervention worldwide. There is an urgent need for European actors to follow up on the commitments made, and to put the people in need first by making our collective work more efficient. With this goal in mind, this position paper proposes recommendations to improve the efficiency of the humanitarian sector.
A visual representation of the process for getting to a decision on the future of the Grand Bargain – a four-stage process which will include surveys, Constituency level consultations, and key informant interviews.
This year’s Grand Bargain Annual review highlighted the importance of addressing the political barriers to implementing the Grand Bargain commitments. Limited progress on some workstreams is not due to a lack of solutions but rather a lack of political will and follow through to country-level funding, programmes, coordination and partnership efforts. With this in mind, the Charter4Change and A4EP coalitions make recommendations on the next phase of the Grand Bargain.
Through its response to large-scale humanitarian needs precipitated by over a million South Sudanese refugees fleeing to Uganda throughout 2016 and 2017, World Vision has built an understanding of the needs and aspirations and gained the trust of many refugee and host communities in the region. This case study examines World Vision’s experience of adapting its programming in a refugee context to respond to the multiple needs of vulnerable children, families and communities; support them to achieve their long-term aspirations; and determine how these efforts can best foster social cohesion among and between households and communities.
Joint Statement from NGO Networks (SCHR, VOICE, ICVA and InterAction) following the 2020 Annual Grand Bargain Meeting.
This fourth annual independent report assesses the collective progress made by signatories against the commitments under the Grand Bargain during 2019. Four years into the process, this report finds that the Grand Bargain is having a wider impact in terms of a more cohesive, collaborative approach across the international humanitarian aid sector – crucial to help drive forward reforms of the whole humanitarian system. However, this report also finds a continuing failure to address the long-standing challenges that have inhibited positive change.
A 1-pager providing an overview of adaptations of the humanitarian response, and further steps needed to enable a more efficient and effective response to COVID-19 and existing humanitarian crises.
A comprehensive breakdown of multi-year humanitarian funding, looking at long-term trends in donors, recipients and earmarking. Are Grand Bargain recommendations being met?