This Strategy replaces the 2021 IASC Championship PSEAH Strategy and is informed by the findings of the 2021 IASC external PSEAH Review. This 2022-2026 Strategy is coherent with the strategic outcomes and commitments made in the 2018 and 2021 IASC PSEAH Strategy and the IASC PSEAH Acceleration Plan, and includes time bound targets.
This year, 97% Signatories reported by the deadline for 2021 (62 out of 64 Signatories), which importantly demonstrates the commitment and engagement. The analysis of the findings from the self-reports will be published in the Grand Bargain Annual Independent Report 2022.
This concept note describes an ongoing project to develop a tool that analyses the risk of SEA in countries with active international humanitarian operations to provide a common, shared, and informed basis for identifying SEA risks, and compare risk across countries and over time. A beta version of the model is planned for Q3 2022.
Sixteen NGOs, fifteen of which are Grand Bargain Signatories, signed a Joint Statement, in which they welcome and support the outcomes and recommendations of the recent Grand Bargain Cash Coordination Caucus endorsing a model for the accountable, predictable, effective, and efficient coordination of cash assistance.