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ACTIONAID NGOGlobal

ActionAid commits to ensure at least 50% of its implementing partners in humanitarian action are women-led or women's organisations by 2020.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

ACTIONAID NGOGlobal

ActionAid commits to ensure at least 50% of leadership positions in humanitarian contexts are held by women by 2020, and that at least 50% of staff at all levels are women by 2020.




  • Commitment type
    Operational

ACTIONAID NGOGlobal

ActionAid commits to increase funding and capacity development to local and national women's groups as equal partners in our humanitarian action.

  • Commitment type
    Financial

ACTIONAID NGOGlobal

ActionAid commits to provide increased support by way of direct funding and capacity building to national and local NGOs by 2020. This support will empower and allow them to play a central role in the programming and delivering of principled and coordinated humanitarian assistance.

  • Commitment type
    Financial

ACTIONAID NGOGlobal

ActionAid endorses the Call to Action on Protection from GBV in emergencies in 2016, and commits to integrate women-led community based protection mechanisms as part of its core humanitarian response programming by 2020.

  • Commitment type
    Policy

ACTIONAID NGOGlobal

ActionAid will ensure in each response that its staff will be accompanied by front-line responders and local organisations when attending collective coordination platforms. ActionAid will also advocate for the inclusion of front-line responders and local organisations to ensure they have a seat at the table in collective response coordination processes.


  • Commitment type
    Partnership

Active Learning Network for Accountability and Performance (ALNAP) AcademiaGlobal

The ALNAP Secretariat commits to incorporating the themes from the World Humanitarian Summit commitments into its 2018 SOHS report, examining the relationship between these themes and any measured changes in humanitarian performance over time. The report will support a better understanding of any improvements that emerge from the WHS and to what extent progress is being made across the core commitments.

  • Commitment type
    Policy

Active Learning Network for Accountability and Performance (ALNAP) AcademiaGlobal

ALNAP commits to furthering a humanitarian understanding of urban contexts through original research which looks at how humanitarians understand urban systems and stakeholders, and through supporting the work of ALNAP members and other humanitarian actors.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

Active Learning Network for Accountability and Performance (ALNAP) AcademiaGlobal

ALNAP commits to working with the Global Alliance for Urban Crises to harness ALNAP's existing digital community of practice, online portal and webinar series and expand the reach and accessibility of these mechanisms, in order to meet the growing needs around evidence and knowledge management for humanitarian action in urban contexts.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

Active Learning Network for Accountability and Performance (ALNAP) AcademiaGlobal

ALNAP will continue to support the humanitarian community, and in particular the Global Clusters and those elements of the humanitarian system concerned with the coordination of humanitarian action, by undertaking research and convening events to address the main constraints to effective coordination. ALNAP will make concrete recommendations for improving coordination before the end of 2016, and will work with key stakeholders to support the implementation of these re...

  • Commitment type
    Policy

Active Learning Network for Accountability and Performance (ALNAP) AcademiaGlobal

Since its inception in 1997, ALNAP has been supporting system-wide humanitarian learning through its Humanitarian Evaluation and Learning Portal (HELP) which is the largest and most comprehensive humanitarian knowledge bank of its kind, currently with 10,904 unique resources. In order to meet the increasing knowledge demands for the future of humanitarian action, ALNAP commits to updating the HELP with an enhanced digital platform for more intuitive searching and info...

  • Commitment type
    Operational

Active Learning Network for Accountability and Performance (ALNAP) AcademiaGlobal

The ALNAP Secretariat commits to achieving a stronger evidence base to inform programming and decision making on protection, first by developing and piloting the first ever guide to evaluating humanitarian protection by 2018, and second by working with the ICRC and other agencies involved in updating the monitoring and evaluation chapter of the Professional Standards for protection work.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

Active Learning Network for Accountability and Performance (ALNAP) AcademiaGlobal

The ALNAP Secretariat commits to achieving better utilisation and quality of evidence from evaluations, through two concrete actions: 1) continuing to develop, pilot and disseminate comprehensive guidance material on evaluation of humanitarian action for the benefit of the whole humanitarian sector, 2) facilitating peer-learning exchanges and the sharing of good practice examples across all types of humanitarian agencies.

  • Commitment type
    Policy

Afghanaid NGOAsia-Pacific

This is a joint commitment with the following entities taking part :

Afghanaid, Action Aid Afghanistan, Save the Children Afghanistan, Concern Worldwide Afghanistan and United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Afghanistan 

Afghanaid commits to strengthen the resilience of 450 communities of Afghanistan against natural disasters and climate change by 2018.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

AISA ONG Internationale Faith-based OrganisationEurope

AISA International commits to create the Academy of Peace. Its role will be to initiate and teach pedagogy and a method for developing a culture of peace in all segments of society.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

AISA ONG Internationale Faith-based OrganisationEurope

AISA International commits to mobilize stakeholders to make the International Day of Peace (designated by the UN as 21 September) to be celebrated in cities and countries worldwide, making the day a shared vision of a common destiny and a joint movement recognized at the international level.

  • Commitment type
    Partnership

AISA ONG Internationale Faith-based OrganisationEurope

AISA International contributes to the promotion of a culture of peace by facilitating a understanding of the following principles : gender equality, non-discrimination, the fight against poverty, and social and cultural progress. It firmly opposes fundamentalism and religious conflicts in order to build a world more just, more cooperative and more fraternal, in the service of mankind.

  • Commitment type
    Policy

AISA ONG Internationale Faith-based OrganisationEurope

AISA International has taken the initiative with the Mediterranean Foundation for Sustainable Development in Algeria and MED 21 program in France to create the EMIR ABD EL KADER award for the promotion of living together and peaceful coexistence around the world.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

ALEF - Act for Human Rights NGOMiddle East

ALEF commits to complement and gear all efforts towards the achievement of an influential human rights constituency, and the realisation of a durable peace.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

ALEF - Act for Human Rights NGOMiddle East

ALEF commits to promote human rights values as part of the popular paradigms applicable to situations of everyday life and as a basis for a durable peace.

  • Commitment type
    Advocacy

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