IASC Strategic Priorities, 2022-2023

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Every two years, and as required, the IASC agrees on priorities that strengthen the effectiveness and efficiency of collective humanitarian action, specifically to save lives and reduce suffering.

The IASC strategic priorities set out the strategic framework of the IASC and reflects the collective commitment to deliver humanitarian assistance and protection.

In October 2021, the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) endorsed its biennium Strategic Priorities for 2022-2023, namely, to collectively strengthen operational response, accountability and inclusion, collective advocacy, humanitarian-development collaboration, and its linkages to peace, and humanitarian financing. The Committee called for the redoubling of efforts to drive forward operational impact in the following areas:

 

 

STRATEGIC PRIORITIES HUMANITARIAN FINANCING PRIORITY AREAS ENABLING PRIORITIES HUMANITARIAN-DEVELOPMENT COLLABORATION ANDITS LINKAGESTO PEACE LOCALIZATION EFFECTIVE SYSTEM TO RESPONDTOTHE NEEDS OF IDPS Leaving no one behind is centralto humanitarian action and will be prioritized in all aspects of theIASC's work GENDER CLIMATE ACCOUNTABILITYTO AFFECTED PEOPLE CENTRALITY OF PROTECTION PRESERVING HUMANITARIAN SPACE * Established in 1992 by UN General Assembly (GA) Resolution 46/182, The Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) is the primary mechanism for the coordination of interagency humanitarian action, bringing together both United Nations (UN) and non-UN entities to save lives and reduce suffering. IASC Strategic Priorities 2022-2023