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This ACF International report provides an analysis of the questions related to the humanitarian coordination system, especially the roll out of the Transformative Agenda, and the stakes standing behind the active participation of the NGOs to the process.
The Transformative Agenda (TA) was launched by the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) in December 2011 to fix the remaining challenges of the 2005 Humanitarian Reform which became apparent after some of the failures of collective response to the 2010 Pakistani floods and the Haiti earthquake. Covering three pillars: coordination, leadership and accountability, the TA aims at improving the timeliness and effectiveness of international collective humanitarian response.
Being an active participant to the humanitarian coordination at field and global level, ACF provides with this report a critical analysis of TA contents, structure and state of roll-out, and assess the opportunities and added value of engaging with the TA from an NGO’s standpoint.
While a ‘’Level 3 Emergency” has been declared in three countries (in Central African Republic, Syrian crisis, South Sudan), ACF believes that it is of paramount importance that the NGOs continue to engage and monitor the issues related to the humanitarian system’s accountability and effectiveness.