The HNPW is a free event for professionals working in humanitarian preparedness and response. Previous HNPW participants represented governments, donors, UN Agencies, IFRC/RC societies, NGOs, academia, the private sector, and the military.
Groupe URD will present its work and activities on a booth in the exhibition hall throughout the week.
Tuesday, February 4th, Michael Carrier will co-facilitate the private session « Quality and accountability – the role of H2H », with CHS Alliance and Sphere. They will lead this session for other network members, to explore what accountability looks like for agencies that provide services to other humanitarians, rather than directly to affected populations. How do we continue to put people in need at the heart of what we do, and enable them to hold us accountable for the services we provide?
This is a private event for H2H Network members.
From 14h to 15.30 pm, room 14.
Wednesday, February 5th, Lisa Daoud will then co-facilitate an open session to the public with Sphere on « Accountability to affected populations (AAP) in 2020: Where are we now and what we are missing » : from 14h to 15.30 pm, room 3-4.
Prior to this, she will present the CHS, on a booth and in plenary, alongside our partners in this project, namely Sphere and the CHS Alliance during the session « Best practices in accountability to affected populations: An interactive exhibition »: from 11h to 12.30 pm, room 3-4.
She will also participate in the 3rd session of the day on « The future of AAP: a solutions-oriented workshop exploring new ideas »: from 14h to 15.30 pm, room 3-4.
This full day of discussion on accountability will be an opportunity to exchange practices, take stock of the situation and identify solutions.
Groupe URD will also be actively present at numerous sessions, notably on the environment, through the meeting of the EHA network (Environment in Humanitarian Action), and risk reduction, notably through the INSARAG and UNDAC networks.