CHS indicators and guidance notes now available for testing and feedback

A draft set of indicators and guidance notes to help implement the Core Humanitarian Standard are now available. Humanitarian actors are invited to test and provide feedback on them...

Posted: 29th April 2015

“Sphere opened up a new world to the humanitarian community in Iran”

The representative of the International Consortium for Refugees in Iran, Nazanin Kazemi has worked with refugees for nearly 16 years. In the following interview, she discusses the impact of...

Posted: 28th April 2015

New resource: Sphere for Monitoring and Evaluation

The Sphere Project office has published Sphere for Monitoring and Evaluation, a short guide to help humanitarian staff identify and implement the sections of the Sphere Handbook that are...

Posted: 19th March 2015

Sphere Board unveils strategic plan 2015-2020

Sphere 2020, the Sphere Project strategic plan for the coming six years, has just been published. The plan defines an ambitious agenda for Sphere to continue fulfilling its unique...

Posted: 19th February 2015

Developing capacity for Sphere in Cambodia

By Marc Olivier (*) Developing a strong network in which organisations can learn and apply Sphere humanitarian standards to improve the quality and accountability of their work is one...

Posted: 5th March 2015

New Sphere training materials

The Sphere Project office has published a new training resource covering virtually all aspects of the use of Sphere humanitarian standards. The Sphere Training Package 2015 is available in...

Posted: 22nd February 2015

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