1 - Political Leadership to Prevent and End Conflicts
2 - Uphold the Norms that Safeguard Humanity
3 - Leave No One Behind
4 - Change People's Lives: From Delivering Aid to Ending Need
5 - Invest in Humanity
OCHA commits to support and facilitate the use of multi-purpose cash alongside other response modalities.
OCHA commits to establish a new center for humanitarian data in the Netherlands in 2017 with the goal of increasing the use and impact of data in the humanitarian sector.
OCHA commits to exemplify and lead in best practice in its management of the Central Emergency Response Fund and country-based pooled funds towards greater effectiveness and efficiency.
OCHA commits to enhance engagement with national and local NGOs, leveraging the role as partners in the programming and delivery of humanitarian assistance through country-based pooled funds.
OCHA commits to promote and facilitate full integration of SGBV prevention and response in all humanitarian action, including at all stages of the humanitarian programming cycle.
OCHA commits to ensuring that cash transfer programming is fully integrated into coordination structures, and to ensuring CERF and country-based pooled funds are 'cash ready' to facilitate the programming and delivery of multisector cash-based programs.
OCHA commits to promote and support gender-responsive policy, planning and programming, including prevention and response to sexual and gender-based violence at all levels of humanitarian action.
OCHA commits to work towards expanding the Central Emergency Response Fund to $1 billion annually by 2018.
OCHA commits to ensure that protecting people from harm and supporting their rights and dignity remains central throughout its mandated areas of work.
OCHA commits to facilitate meaningful and effective engagement of affected people and communities in humanitarian action, in particular that of women and girls.
OCHA commits to strengthen effective coordination of protection and assistance to IDPs and host communities so as to reduce vulnerability and promote self-reliance.
OCHA commits to strengthen capacity to work on internal displacement.
OCHA commits to advance processes that promote accountability to affected people through a collective response at country level.
OCHA commits to actively promote the Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS).
OCHA commits to improve transparency and accountability throughout the humanitarian program cycle.
OCHA adopts the Commitment to Action on Transcending Humanitarian-Development Divides and will work towards context-specific collective outcomes that ensure that humanitarian needs are met while at the same time reducing risk and vulnerability over multiple years and based on the comparative advantage of a diverse range of actors.
OCHA commits to promote preparedness efforts by all relevant actors.
OCHA commits to supporting countries that undertake multi-year planning for risk reduction and promoting of sustainable development.