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financing gap

Reducing the humanitarian financing gap: review of progress since the report of the High-Level Panel on Humanitarian Financing

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In January 2016, the United Nations Secretary-General’s High-Level Panel on Humanitarian Financing (HLP) published its report Too important to fail – addressing the humanitarian financing gap, which formed the basis for the Grand Bargain negotiations in early 2016. Besides the Grand Bargain, the HLP made recommendations under two other pillars:

The Netherlands and ICRC Statement on Risk Sharing

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Statement from the ICRC and the Netherlands on sharing of risks to support the implementation of the Grand Bargain 2.0 commitments. The Statement proposes specific actions to help signatories and collective initiatives to move towards actual sharing of risks.

Grand Bargain Annual Meeting 2021 - Statements

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Please see below the statements on the occasion of the Grand Bargain Annual Meeting 2021:  Opening Statement - Grand Bargain Outoing Eminent Person Ms Sigrid Kaag Signatory statements:
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ActionAid Policy Brief “Bargaining for Better: Bringing a Feminist Lens to the Grand Bargain 2.0”

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ActionAid has collaborated with over twenty WROs and WLOs partners in 10 countries to gather their thoughts and perspectives on how to shape and implement the Grand Bargain 2.0 so that it is more effective for women and girls. The attached policy brief compiles the findings and through their collective voices has developed key recommendations for the implementation and future of the Grand Bargain 2.0.
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gb air 2021

Grand Bargain Annual Independent Report 2021

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Authors: ODI (Victoria Metcalfe-Hough, Wendy Fenton, Barnaby Willitts-King and Alexandra Spencer) Five years since the launch of the Grand Bargain, this Annual Independent Report analyses both the progress made and challenges faced during 2020, and the longer-term outcomes achieved since the Grand Bargain was established. These are summarised in the below infographic.
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Moving from commitments to action in Philippines 5 years since the World Humanitarian Summit

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As part of its commitment as the 63rd signatory of the Grand Bargain, the Alliance for Empowering Partnership (A4EP) committed to support two country-level dialogues in collaborative process with its members in the Philippines and Jordan. In the Philippines, the Ecosystems Work for Essential Benefits ECOWEB is taking the lead in the process in collaboration with the UN OCHA, OXFAM Philippines and A4EP and with support from the UN Resident Coordinator.
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IRC's position paper on the future of the Grand Bargain

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In their position paper "Focus on the Frontlines: How the Grand Bargain can deliver on its promise to improve humanitarian aid", IRC make five ke
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Joint INGO position paper on the Future of the Grand Bargain

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This is a position paper on the future of the Grand Bargain, developed by Oxfam and CARE International, and signed by Christian Aid, Nexus-Somalia, Action Aid, NEAR, DanChurchAid (DCA) and Save the Children. 
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Charter4change recommendations for the Grand Bargain 2.0

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These recommendations reflect the views and voices of both C4C INGO signatories and national NGO endorsers highlighting some practical ways forward for the Grand Bargain Facilitation Group (FG) and Eminent Person (EP) in accelerating the Grand Bargain process.
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Development Actors and the Nexus: Lessons from crises in Bangladesh, Cameroon and Somalia

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Published by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Development Initiatives and Norwegian Refugee Council, this report explores, from the vantage point of development cooperation, how to operationalise the ‘triple nexus’ of humanitarian−development−peace (HDP) action across five key areas: 1) partnerships and strategy, 2) coordination and join

Grand Bargain Self-Reporting Exercise 2020 - 2021

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This year, 97% Signatories reported by the deadline for 2020 (61 out of 63 Signatories), which importantly demonstrates your commitment and engagement. The analysis of the findings from the self-reports will be published in the Annual Independent Report. 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.
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8+3 template

Harmonised and simplified narrative reporting: Signatories using the 8+3 template

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Under the auspices of workstream 9 (Harmonise and simplify reporting requirements), Co-convenors Germany and ICVA developed and successfully piloted a simplified reporting template (“the 8+3 template”). The 8+3 Template ensures quality reports while enabling humanitarian organisations to spend less time on bureaucracy and more on their core tasks. In March 2021, 15 Grand Bargain Signatories are already either implementing or actively considering using the 8+3 reporting template.

A4EP statement - Future course for a Grander Bargain 2.0 - Time to walk side by side

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This paper has been developed to articulate the perspectives of A4EP members on the future direction of the Grand Bargain v2.0. The target audience of the paper is the Eminent person, the Facilitation Group, Ministers, Principles and signatories who endorsed the future direction of the Grand Bargain. The paper highlights the key areas that need to be included and addressed by the future Grand Bargain.
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The Programme Based Approach – 10 lessons

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The Norwegian Refugee Council's report presents ten lessons from the first years of the Programme Based Approach (PBA) implementation and learning.
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Independent Review of Individual Donor Assessments in Humanitarian Operations - December 2020

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The Grand Bargain commitment 4.5 specifically seeks to increase “the proportion of funding used for the direct benefit of affected people.” Toward this end, Signatories agreed to “reduce individual donor assessments.” This report summarizes the results of an independent review that collected evidence on and analyzed the effects of donor assessments conducted between 2016
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Future of the Grand Bargain - Survey findings, November 2020

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In September and October 2020, the Grand Bargain Secretariat carried out two separate surveys to contribute to the consultations on the future of the Grand Bargain by addressing some of the knowledge gaps and providing quantitative data on the views of Signatories and non-Signatories.