Grand Bargain (Hosted by the IASC)

Grand Bargain (Hosted by the IASC)

Grand Bargain (Hosted by the IASC)
Grand Bargain

THE GRAND BARGAIN IN A NUTSHELL

The ‘Grand Bargain’ is an agreement between the biggest donors and humanitarian aid organizations. It aims to get more means into the hands of people in need and to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of humanitarian action. To that end, it sets out 51 commitments distilled in 10 thematic work streams. Progress made in the Grand Bargain is reviewed at the Grand Bargain Annual Meeting, where all the signatories gather as equals, in a spirit of reciprocity. For more information, click here. 

THE GRAND BARGAIN SIGNATORIES AND STRUCTURE

The above infographics provides general information on the Grand Bargain, based on the 2017 and 2018 Grand Bargain Annual Reports. Hoover and click to find out more.

The presentation provides information on the various governance structures of the Grand Bargain. After starting the presentation click on the arrows to navigate different sections.

Grand Bargain Progress

The above infographics provides an update on the Grand Bargain progress, based on the 2017 and 2018 Independent Reports. Hoover and click to find out more. 

The Grand Bargain in action: some examples of GB interventions

Hoover and click anywhere on the map to find out examples of the Grand Bargain implementation.

Upcoming Meetings

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Past Meetings

GB ANNUAL REPORT

Each Grand Bargain signatory is invited to report annually on its progress to advance and implement the commitments of the Grand Bargain. The self-reporting exercise provides accountability towards the wider humanitarian community, beneficiaries and other stakeholders. It is also used as a starting point for the analysis provided by an independent annual report. This report assesses the progress of each work stream, and of the overall Grand Bargain initiative. 

CONTACT

Grand Bargain secretariat