Two types of commitments were gathered before and during the World Humanitarian Summit. Participants were invited to align themselves with 32 core commitments, derived from stakeholder consultations and anchored in the Agenda for Humanity. They were also invited to make additional individual or joint commitments to help achieve the Agenda for Humanity.
Individual Commitments (8)
- Commitment Type
- Core Responsibility
- Agenda for Humanity Transformation(s)
ODI commits to dedicating resources to explore how stronger international standards can mitigate harm from the use of explosive weapons in densely populated areas.
ODI commits to generating evidence over the following year on how to better support refugees in protracted displacement in key contexts, to support donors and governments of affected countries to prioritize solutions that strengthen the self-reliance and resilience of refugees as well as host commun...Policy Leave No One Behind 3A Reduce and address displacement
ODI commits to supporting and reinforcing the Solutions Alliance as a central platform for collaborative action in support of solutions to protracted displacement. This engagement will include exploring how to support Solutions Alliance to expand its activities to one or more additional countries af...Partnership Leave No One Behind 3A Reduce and address displacement
ODI commits to continuing to serve as a secretariat for the Regional Organisations Humanitarian Action Network (ROHAN) as a vehicle for sharing information and analysis amongst regional organizations and strengthening the expansion of the network, supporting it to become independent.
Recognising the potentially transformative power of unconditional humanitarian cash transfers, ODI commits to supporting scaling up cash through evidence-based policy advisory and influencing efforts, including convening discussion and research with diverse stakeholders and organising a cash confere...Policy Change People's Lives: From Delivering Aid to Ending Need 4A Reinforce, do not replace, national and local systems
ODI commits to producing analysis which helps donors and governments understand how to prioritize solutions that make progress on the concepts of risk and resilience which feature heavily in the World Humanitarian Summit and linked agreements including the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reductio...Policy Change People's Lives: From Delivering Aid to Ending Need 4B Anticipate, do not wait, for crises
ODI commits to undertaking research to improve understanding of the linked challenges of climate change, natural hazard-related disasters, conflict and fragility and the implications for international aid.
ODI commits to developing strategic collaborations with think tanks and academic institutions in crisis-affected regions and in emerging donor countries in order to share expertise, including initiating joint research, staff exchange and joint events throughout its research cycle.