ACID reminds Governments and or larger International organizations of their legal obligation to support public organizations.
The Office of the International Aid/ Cooperation and Development is grateful for supporter’s cooperation in its fondness, and for the public support they have expressed for the extension of the humanitarian aid. Since May 2019, the Chief Executive office and the Office of the International Aid/ Cooperation and Development have met respectively with Potential Development partners. The Chief Executive Officer is grateful for the Office of the International Aid/ Cooperation and Development’s efforts to remind Governments and or larger International organizations of their legal obligation to support public organizations to help them reach the most effected populations. Efforts from the UN and other organizations such as the EU and the AU are key to ensuring accountability.
Humanitarian action has a centuries-long tradition of solidarity rooted in people working to aid victims of crises. The objective of humanitarian aid is to save lives and to provide immediate relief for people facing severe crisis whether as a result of natural disaster or of conflict. Over the last thirty years there has been increased emphasis on principles, quality, and professionalism in the provision of international humanitarian aid. However, humanitarian actors today face several specific challenges. Humanitarian crises happen with greater frequency and severity in impact, linked to climate change, the changing nature of conflict, increasing competition for access to energy and natural resources, extreme poverty, poor governance, and failed states.
Agency of International Cooperation for Development is fully committed to providing effective humanitarian aid within and outside its borders to respond to natural and man-made disasters.
The Chief Executive Officer calls on governments concerns to help Increasing the capacity of public operating organizations and ensuring that more of these organizations are supported in a consistent and predictable way, in all regions of the country. Being concerned will enable them to provide enhanced operating support for the organizations it funds, increasing their stability and competitiveness in the long term and strengthening their capacity to deliver expected results.
“My office is committed to developing and encouraging partnership with development actors and other stakeholders in the development of our initiative, as set out in the Humanitarian Action Plan. The success of our organization will depend on these partnerships – notably between public and private sector.” Said the Chief Executive Director, Anestal BM.
Humanitarian action should be a moral imperative and a fundamental expression of the value of solidarity of citizens with people suffering. In a world of more frequent and severe natural disasters and where human suffering as a result of conflict persists, with the severest impacts on the poorest people, development actors must work together to ensure effective delivery of aid to the victims of humanitarian crisis and to reduce vulnerability.