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Evidence Aid OtherGlobal

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

Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute (HCRI) - University of Manchester, Public Health in Humanitarian Crises Group - London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), Centre for Education and Research in Humanitarian Action (CERAH), International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie), Wiley, Centre for Development and Emergency Practice (CENDEP), School of Architecture, Oxford Brookes University, Cochrane, Queen’s University Belfast, REACH Initiatives, ELRHA, Georgetown University, The Assessment Capacities Project (ACAPS), Groupe URD, Center for Refugee and Disaster Response - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Active Learning Network for Accountability and Performance (ALNAP), Oxfam International , International Rescue Committee, Feinstein International Center, Tufts University, IMPACT Initiatives, The Sphere Project, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, World Vision International

Commit to taking concrete steps to ensure that humanitarian action is based on high quality evidence. We will do this by investing in research and the collection, synthesis and analysis of data, by improving the quality and accessibility of this evidence, and by adopting better practices and systems to use and value evidence. We commit to developing this more evidence-based humanitarian sector through collaborations that are multi-national, multi-organisational and mu...

  • Commitment type
    Policy

Liberia Member StateAfrica

Liberia firmly commits to acting early upon potential conflict situations based on early warning findings and shared conflict analysis in accordance with international law.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

Liberia Member StateAfrica

Liberia firmly commits to support adherence to International Humanitarian Law and for Sexual Reproductive Health in Emergencies.

  • Commitment type
    Advocacy

Tuvalu Member StateAsia-Pacific

Tuvalu commits to seek a UN General Assembly resolution establishing a system of legal protection for people displaced by the impacts of climate change and to ensure they are afforded the necessary support and protection of rights they need and deserve.

  • Commitment type
    Policy

Terram Pacis NGOEurope

Terram Pacis commits to greater investment in providing quality information and tools to help young people to better identify and reject violent extremist narratives and exchange intercultural competencies to advance mutual respect between different cultures and belief. It will assist young people’s progress in understanding and implementing the counter violent extremist action plan through non-formal education.

  • Commitment type
    Training

Watan NGOMiddle East

Watan commits to eliminating gaps in education for children and youth to avoid a ‘lost generation’ by providing an education and life skills in a safe, clean environment and providing higher education scholarships to give Syrian youth a future.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

African Foundation for Development (AFFORD) NGOEurope

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

Afghansk Kulturforening, African Community Association of Bolton, AYAD, Barada Syrienhilfe, CEO Associates, Danish Human Appeal, DAN-TA QOYS-KA (The Family), Diaspora African Women's Network, Deutsch Syrisches forum e.V., Engayde, Federation of Ghanaian diaspora in Europe, From Street to School, Gender Education & Enterprise Development for Africa (GEEDA), Girl Child Network Sierra Leone, Hand in Hand for Syria, Heads Up (Africa), Heaven Homes and Children's Centres, HIRDA DK, HIRDA UK, Homes League Abroad, Hope 4 Ebola Orphans Sierra Leone, IDAY-UK, Katib Cultural Association, Kindeslaecheln, LGBT Christians in Exiles, Lepont UK, LunchBoxGift, Movimento degli Africani, Nakuru Environmental and Cultural Trust, OFROSOM, Sawa foundation UK, SHF -Syrian Humanity Forum e.V., Shabaka Social Enterprise, SLUKDERT, South People's Projects-Soppro, SSPDO, Organization of Sierra Leone Healthcare professionals abroad (TOSHPA), Verband Deutsch-Syrischer Hilfsvereine e.V., Youth With A Global Vision, Union of Kurdish Students in Syria and Germany (UKSSD e. V.), Haiti Renewal Alliance HRA, Watan

Commits, where relevant, to the 17 joint Diaspora commitments, which include providing a voice and delivering actions towards resolving root causes of conflict and current conflict situations, aligning humanitarian response work and activities with humanitarian principles; ensuring social inclusion in all efforts, and working holistically and meaningfully with all humanitarian response stakeholders towards efficient, inclusive and people-centered humanitarian action t...

  • Commitment type
    Policy

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  • Commitment type
    Advocacy

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