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The Guide to the HAP Standard: Humanitarian accountability and quality management

The Guide to the HAP Standard: Humanitarian accountability and quality management

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This practical guide provides everything needed for humanitarian agencies and practitioners who want to improve their accountability and quality systems and who are aiming for HAP certification. It will also be useful to government departments involved in disaster management, and to international bodies interested in accountability and good practice in the humanitarian sector.
This practical guide provides everything needed for humanitarian agencies and practitioners who want to improve their accountability and quality systems and who are aiming for HAP certification. It will also be useful to government departments involved in disaster management, and to international bodies interested in accountability and good practice in the humanitarian sector.

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Published by: Oxfam on Apr 07, 2011
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06/14/2013

 
The Guide to the
HAP Standard
Humanitarian Accountability and Quality Management
 
HAP contact details and members
Contact detailsHAP InternationalMaison Internationale de l’Environnement 2Chemin Balexert 7–9CH-1219 ChâtelaineGeneva,SwitzerlandTel:+41 22 788 1641E-mail:secretariat@hapinternational.orgWebsite:www.hapinternational.orgHAP Members (at time of publication)Australian Council for International Development; ACTED, CAFOD; CAREInternational; Christian Aid; Concern Worldwide, Danish Church Aid; DanishRefugee Council; Medical Aid for Palestinians; Medair; MERCY Malaysia;Norwegian Refugee Council;Office Africain pour le Développement et la Coopération;Oxfam GB;Save the Children UK;Tearfund UK;Women’s Commission for RefugeeWomen and Children;World Vision InternationalAssociate MembersDANIDA;DFID;MANGO;SIDA[Note:these members are correct at time of publication]
Oxfam GB
Oxfam GB, founded in 1942, is a development, humanitarian, and campaigningagency dedicated to finding lasting solutions to poverty and suffering around theworld. Oxfam believes that every human being is entitled to a life of dignity andopportunity,and it works with others worldwide to make this become a reality.From its base in Oxford in the United Kingdom, Oxfam GB publishes anddistributes a wide range of books and other resource materials for development andrelief workers, researchers and campaigners, schools and colleges, and the generalpublic,as part of its programme of advocacy,education,and communications.Oxfam GB is a member of Oxfam International, a confederation of 13 agencies of diverse cultures and languages,which share a commitment to working for an end toinjustice and poverty – both in long-term development work and at times of crisis.For further information about Oxfam’s publishing,and online ordering,visitwww.oxfam.org.uk/publicationsFor information about Oxfam’s development,advocacy,and humanitarian relief work around the world,visitwww.oxfam.org.uk

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