We aim to achieve our vision by making system-level shifts in the way humanitarian support is approached and delivered.
- Decision making is centralised, meaning that donors’ and aid agencies’ priorities are disconnected from the communities who are actually at risk or affected by crises.
- The current system is reactive, fragmented and inefficient.
- The sector’s incentives and ways of working are outdated, inflexible and resistant to change.
- We are shifting power, resources and decision making to locally led networks and organisations.
- We are creating a global humanitarian financing system that is focused on reducing risk, and on anticipating and acting ahead of predictable crises.
- We support communities in developing innovative solutions to humanitarian problems – solutions that we can all learn from.