HAMI is planning to participate at Local Advocacy Movement on Accountability event on 9th & 10th of December, 2023 with international partners.
This Quality & Accountability Learning Forum is a gathering and an opportunity for local, national, and international organizations to come together in a dynamic and interactive space where they can listen, learn, and share their unique experiences and challenges within the humanitarian and development sector. This platform offers a structured, moderated environment where participants can engage in thoughtful discussions aimed at advancing the quality and accountability of their work, all while considering the diverse contexts they operate in.
Mainstreaming quality and accountability
HAMI believes that the most important aspect of humanitarian and development interventions is that the assistance is truly accountable to the people it aims to support. The commitment toward accountability is demonstrated through its Accountability Framework. By mainstreaming Q&A in the organization across the board, our strategy is to ensure shifts in mindsets and practices leading to an increased capacity to self-monitor the levels of Q&A compliance. As a result, our interventions are more people centered ensuring participatory approaches, community ownership of interventions, and their inclusion in decision making processes. Individuals are treated with dignity besides providing them rights to voice their complaints.