Welcome to the Being Accountable to Affected People course. 
This online self-study course will introduce you to key concepts in accountability, and help you ensure you always act in a way that is accountable to the people affected by your humanitarian response. 

This module uses scenarios to help you understand what is means to act in a way that truly demonstrates your accountability to affected communities. 

The module was built by the CHS Alliance, the CDAC Network, Ground Truth Solutions, Sphere, and the Humanitarian Leadership Academy. 

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Is this course for me?
This e-learning module is aimed at all those involved in humanitarian action and working for organisations of all sizes, both national and international and including governmental agencies.

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How will I benefit from this course?
On completion of this course you will be able to explain:
  • What accountability to affected populations means for you
  • Why accountability to affected people is increasingly in focus
  • How to build accountability to affected people into every stage of the project cycle
  • How to address challenges to accountability

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How long will it take?
 It should take you about 2 hours to complete. 

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How much does it cost?
 This course is free.

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Will I get a certificate at the end?
 Yes! You will be able to download a certificate after you have completed all the modules and the feedback form.

The word START and a question mark in a circleHow do I start?
 Click on the       Join course        button at the top of this page. This will take you through to the course modules. Don't worry, if you stop a module halfway through, you can always continue later from where you left off.