SPHERE INDIA
National Coalition of Humanitarian Agencies in India
An Introduction
What is Sphere
Sphere handbook, Page 5
What is Sphere
Core Beliefs
2. Sphere Handbook
1. Sphere Process
3. Expression of Commitment
Quality
Accountability
Extensive consultation
1997 Initial
consultation
2000 handbook
launched
2004 handbook
revised edition
2009 -10
Handbook revision
In progress
4000+
people
400
organisations
80 countries
around the world
Sphere India
NCHA (National Coalition of Humanitarian Agencies in India)
44 Member Agencies and 13 State Level IAGs
CDMASS
Geo Hazards International
OXFAM
Action Aid
Tear Fund
ADRA
Welthungerhilfe
CASA
WHO
VASUDEVA
ESAF
EFICOR
CARITAS INDIA
Dan Church Aid
Heifer International
UNICEF
Christian Aid
World Vision India
ACTED VASUDEVA
EHA
Biswa
Project Concern International
IRCS
Seeds India
AIDMI UNFPA
Discipleship Centre
Sphere
India
NIDM
UNDP
IAEM
IGSSS
Care India
CISF
Goal India
CARE India
VANI
Lutheran World Service India
IFRC
Concern World wide
Plan International (India)
LWF
Child Fund India
Grassroots Trust
National Institute of Disaster Management,
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Save the Children Bal Raksha Bharat
GoI
Sphere India Members
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ADRA
Action Aid
ACTED
AIDMI
Aid Matrix
Biswa
CARE India
CARITAS India
Catholic Relief Services
Concern World wide
Child Fund India
CASA
Christian Aid
Dan Church Aid
Discipleship Centre
EFICOR
ESAF
Geo Hazards International
Goal India
Grassroots Trust
Heifer International
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IRCS/ IFRC
CDMASS
IGSSS
IAEM
Lutheran World Service India
National Institute of Disaster Management, GoI
Oxfam India
Plan International (India)
Project Concern International
Save the Children Bal Raksha Bharat
Seeds India
Tear Fund
UNICEF
UNDP
UNFPA
Voluntary Agencies Network of India (VANI)
VASUDEVA
WHO
Welthungerhilfe
World Vision India
Vision
Sphere India collaboration for Humanitarian practice in India
Sphere Knowledge, Process & Commitment
Sphere India Institute of Humanitarian Practice
Sphere India Members & IAGs
Sphere Project
Partner Agencies and Networks
Communities and People at Grassroots
Sphere India
Thematic Areas
Sphere India to work specific in collaborative areas where
members may not have a significant impact by working
alone
• Inter Agency Processes and Humanitarian Coordination
• Training and Capacity Building
• Humanitarian Collaborative Advocacy for Policy Making
and People centred programming
• Information and Knowledge Management
• Specific Projects with collaborative interests to promote
Quality and Accountability in humanitarian sector in India
Sphere India Constitution
Elect chair
General Body of Members (Members & IAGs)
Thematic Committees
Sectoral Committees
Shelter Health Food
IAA
WASH
TCBP Q&A IAC I&KM
Executive Body
( Representative body of all type of members)
Fund
Manager
Sphere India Secretariat
(CEO, Sphere India)
Sphere Coordinator
Focal Point
Advocacy
Focal Point
TCBP
Elect/Select
Vice chair
Fund
Manager
Manager Admin
Focal Point
URS
other
themes
Focal Point
Q&A
(Program Staff as required)
Focal Point
IKM
Benefits to Stakeholders
Humanitarian
workers
Information Sharing
Knowledge building
Capacity building
Networking
Member
Organisations
Coordination
Visibility
Mandate specific lead projects
Information and knowledge Management
Organisation Development and Capacity building
Government
Inter agency coordination
Capacity building
Information and Knowledge management
Developing Policy frameworks and Consensus
Programme Delivery Mechanism
Community
Increased Awareness
Disaster Resilience
Consultation Process and Inclusion
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Introduction to Sphere India