By Humanitarian Accountability Partnership
The HAP normal is the 1st certifiable general to be built which measures humanitarian responsibility and caliber administration. This reliable commonplace has been constructed through the field, for the field, and permits the production of a administration method to enforce appropriate practices, codes, humanitarian rules, and inner missions.
This advisor and its accompanying CD-ROM will offer managers operating in improvement with every thing they should learn about the normal, the certification strategy, and imposing the traditional. useful and obtainable, the advisor may help make sure that attaining certification is an attainable objective for either huge and small organisations.
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44 Benchmarks for the HAP Standard (1) Benchmark 1: Humanitarian quality management system The agency shall establish a humanitarian quality management system. 1 The agency shall document its humanitarian accountability framework referring to all relevant internal and external accountability and quality standards, codes, guidelines, and principles committed to by the agency. 2 The agency shall demonstrate that its humanitarian quality management system enables implementation of its humanitarian accountability framework.
However, the term ‘partner’ is often reserved for those bodies with the most direct relationship with disaster survivors and beneficiaries, and which are often referred to as ‘implementing partners’. The HAP Standard defines humanitarian partnership as ‘a relationship of mutual respect between autonomous organisations that is founded upon a common purpose with defined expectations and responsibilities. Partnerships can be established with or without formal contractual agreements. Partners can be small, communitybased organisations or large national or international institutions.
Example of a humanitarian accountability framework pro-forma A humanitarian accountability framework can take many forms. Most crucially, it must suit the organisation that it is designed for, specifically with regard to the use of specialist language and the names and related acronyms given to specific posts, work groups, policies, and management processes familiar to the agency. However, it must also be made available in versions that are accessible and comprehensible to stakeholders or their designated representatives.