We are certain that improving capacity is now a major challenge and are therefore mobilising our energy and know-how to ensure that it is recognised by all the organisations and institutions that make up the humanitarian community.
The evolutions of the humanitarian sector, as well as the development of ambitious intervention programmes (cash transfers, child protection…), will necessarily require the implementation of capacity building strategies, which must be considered as a prerequisite and given sufficient attention. This is the message we want to convey through our participation in coordination networks and the development of partnerships.
Mobilising the humanitarian community around capacity building issues
Our Learning & Development coordinators (humanitarian thematic experts) play an active part in various networks and coordination platforms related to their area.
- Logistics Cluster
- Global Wash Cluster
- Global Nutrition Cluster
- Emergency Telecommunications Cluster
- The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action
Quality and best practice sharing initiatives
- All in Diary
- CHS Alliance
- Global Interagency Security Forum
- The Sphere Project
- Humanitarian Human Resources (HHR) conference
NGO coordination platforms
- Coordination Sud
And also: Partenariat Français pour l’Eau, Réseau Logistique Humanitaire (RLH), Quality and Accountability Group, H2H Network, Human Surge, Training Providers Forum…