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The impact of humanitarian work on communities depends greatly upon the quality of services and accountability of actions both during emergency and non-emergency times.
Within which timeframe are the Q&A initiatives useful? Most of the initiatives provide references and inputs on both the timeframe for the implementation of their tools and resilience as a whole. They define their scope as spanning from the preparedness to response and recovery phase, and even the longer-term development. This is also applicable to protracted emergencies that can last years.
Community World Service Asia (formerly Church World Service – Pakistan/Afghanistan (CWS-P/A)) aims to ensure that all relevant agencies including INGOs, NGOs, UN, donors, universities and government agencies, playing an active role in the disaster response & rehabilitation are given the opportunity to implement Quality and Accountability approaches and tools in their work.
As part of Community World Service Asia’s response to the demands for more support on awareness raising and capacity building, it is delighted to announce the upcoming course on Q&A. This course is a unique opportunity for all agencies, to equip staff to both disseminate and implement the Standards.