Our expertises

ACTED endeavors to respond to humanitarian crises and build resilience; promote inclusive and sustainable growth; co-construct effective governance and support the building of civil society worldwide by investing in people and their potential.

Our interventions seek to cover the multiple aspects of humanitarian and development crises through an integrated approach which is both global and local and adapted to each context. ACTED focuses on responding to the needs of the population by understanding the local dynamics and interactions and working closely with the affected communities.

By ensuring the integrated approach of Emergency, Rehabilitation and Development and implementing complementary aid instrument, ACTED teams guaranty that interventions in a situation of crisis, such as protracted or post-conflict situations, provide useful and sustainable support to the affected populations.

Being accountable, transparent and compliant towards beneficiaries, communities, towards donors, partners and stakeholders, is key to our commitment to efficient and responsible delivery of humanitarian and development aid as well as to achieving the most sustainable impact for the communities and the people with whom we engage.

Beyond our self-responsibility, we strive as an organisation and as individuals to inspire all those around us to through our vision, values, approaches, choices, practice, actions and advocacy, through the promotion and development of innovative approaches and initiatives, humanitarian principles, new forms of solidarity and convergences.

Our approaches

Our poles of expertise

 

Accountability and transparency

ACTED develops and implements programmes targeting the most vulnerable amongst populations that have suffered from conflict, natural disaster, or socio-economic hardship. We commit to caring for and protecting the rights of the most vulnerable, including children, in particular orphans and separated children, women, single parents, elderly, disabled, chronically sick and vulnerable minority groups.

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