HERE-Geneva Annual Report:
Addressing the Humanitarian Donor Accountability Gap? Feasibility Study for an HRI 2.0:
HRI 2.0 – Feasibility Study
Annex 1: Comparative overview of regulatory frameworks for humanitarian donorship
Annex 2: Signatories to the Grand Bargain, the GHD Principles, and the European Consensus
Annex 3: Evolution of the HRI 2007-2011
Annex 4: Comparative mapping of existing monitoring mechanisms
Annex 5: Current context review
Annex 6: Flowchart – HRI 2.0 objectives and options
Annex 7: Table of options – a comparison
HERE-Geneva’s contribution to the WHS:
Priorities and Commitments in Humanitarian Action:
Report on Working Meeting held on 3 February 2016, Geneva. Accountability: Moving from Rhetoric to Reality
Report on the Working Meeting held on 13 October 2015, Geneva. The Universality and Application of Values and Principles Underpinning Humanitarian Action.
Report on the Working Meeting held on 15 June 2015, Geneva. Setting Priorities to Protect Civilians in Armed Conflict.
Addressing the Perennial Problems of Disaster Response:
We also produce reports at the request of partner organisations. Recent examples include:
Whose Responsibility? Accountability for Refugee Protection and Solutions in a Whole-of-Society Approach, commissioned by DRC, 2017
Capacity Strengthening Opportunities and the Role of Country-Based Pooled Funds (CBPFs), commissioned by OCHA, 2017 / Executive Summary
Principled Humanitarian Assistance of ECHO Partners in Iraq, commissioned by Norwegian Refugee Council, 2017
Real Time Evaluation: Response to Hurricane Matthew in Haiti, commissioned by the UK Department for International Development, 2017 / En français
The Challenges of Localised Humanitarian Aid in Armed Conflict, commissioned by Médecins Sans Frontières, 2016 (OCBA).