Integral Alliance

Quality Standards

Quality Standards

Integral is committed to maintaining high quality in our work in accordance with internationally recognised standards which respect international law and humanitarian principles.  Integral’s Members are committed to working to ensure that our work, and that of our Partners, fully upholds the standards and good practices of the global relief and development community as identified by the UN and sectoral coordinating bodies, as well as quality standards specific to the relief and development community of their own country. This includes upholding the Integral Quality Standards which are drawn from the Code of Conduct for the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and NGOs in Disaster Relief (RCCC); the Core Humanitarian Standards (CHS), (which replaces the 2010 HAP Standard, the People In Aid Code of Good Practice and the Core Standards section of the Sphere Handbook); and the SPHERE Project – Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in Disaster Response.

The full Integral Quality Standards Document is available here.