IAHE CAR 2016 - Accountability in Chronic Emergencies
The IASC should review the collective accountability framework for chronic emergencies, providing guidance and monitoring mechanisms. To that end, it should consider:
i. Humanitarian principles and their link to coverage, comprehensive and specific needs assessments, and secure access. Independent needs assessment monitoring may be needed to advocate for unmet needs.
ii. AAP commitments, implementation at the strategic level and possible integration into the HPC package.
iii. National development links and engagement of local and national capacity where the State has collapsed and a transition government lacks authority and capacity to lead recovery.