To deliver impartial and accountable humanitarian assistance that responds to vulnerability in all its forms, and reaches the most marginalised people (including children, youth, older people, people with disabilities, ethnic groups and others marginalised due to their social status), an inclusive approach to the design, implementation, monitoring and funding of humanitarian assistance is required.

The Inclusion Charter consists of five steps that can be taken by humanitarian actors to ensure that assistance reaches those most in need. The commitments have been developed by leading organisations that have a specific mandate to support particular vulnerable groups including children, youth, older people and persons with disabilities, as well as national and international NGOs and networks that are concerned about ensuring humanitarian assistance reaches the most vulnerable crisis-affected people.

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