This section of the website collects together tools and resources to help promote, share and implement the CHS. It will be updated with practical information as it becomes available so please do check back for the latest resources.
Printed copies of the Core Humanitarian Standard
HAP International, People In Aid and Sphere have a limited number of printed copies of the CHS available to support organisations and individuals. These will be distributed at CHS launches, dissemination events, and trainings. You can download digital copies from the Standard page.
CHS Guidance Notes and Indicators
The CHS Guidance Notes and Indicators is a supplement to the Core Humanitarian Standard on Quality and Accountability. The guidance is aimed at all humanitarian actors and organisations involved in planning, managing or implementing a humanitarian response including staff and volunteers of local, national and international agencies. It may also be used by government agencies and local authorities and adapted for use with affected communities. A two-month consultation on the CHS Guidance Notes and Indicators took place from 30 April to 30 June 2015. The draft tool is available for download here and a timeline for the development process is available here. The final version will be made available in coming months.
You can download branded materials on the CHS including the logo, posters and diagrams on the Standard and Nine Commitments here.
E-learning course on the CHS
An e-learning course on the Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS) is available in English and French. The online course is available to access on Kaya, the Humanitarian Leadership Academy (HLA)'s online learning platform. It was developed through a collaborative process with the HLA, the CHS Alliance, Groupe URD, IECAH and the Sphere Project. The course is based on four scenarios and covers the history of the CHS, its structure and scope, the Nine Commitments, the principles underpinning it, links between the CHS and other standards, the responsibilities that the CHS places on humanitarian workers and organisations, and how individuals and organisations can apply the CHS.