CHA 2007 AR - Sri Lanka today is beset with social...

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Sri Lanka today is beset with social inequalities, situations of conflict, abuses of basic human rights and natural disasters, imperilling her citizens’ dignity and self worth. The Consortium of Humanitarian Agencies (CHA) works with many partners and stakeholders to engage key issues, provide a voice and forum for people who need to be heard, and bring about discernible improvement in the lives of Sri Lankans. Working side by side with the community of humanitarian organizations operating in Sri Lanka, we help to create opportunity for social development and well-being for those who need them most. We retain a clear vision and programme amidsh the challenges in our society. Beyond addressing immediate needs, we focus on creating, preserving and securing social equity. We do everything we can, with whom we can, to build better lives for as many as we can. VISION CHA believes in the respect of diversity and the promotion and achievement of fundamental rights and freedom, which provides equal opportunities for development for all Sri Lankans. MISSION CHA works in the non-profit humanitarian sector to: CONVENE the leadership of the humanitarian community and other key stakeholders to engage and address critical and emerging issues involving their work; PROMOTE effective policies and a healthy environment to strengthen the work of non-profit humanitarian organizations and increase opportunities for funding and support; CHAMPION accountability, effective collaboration and co-ordination amongst and within the government, donors and humanitarian sectors; IDENTIFY and communicate the important role and contribution of the non-profit humanitarian sector in Sri Lanka; PROVIDE a centre of excellence, which collects, collates, analyses, documents and disseminates information; LEAD independent humanitarian sector organizations to help shape their future and the future of the society they serve.
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CONTENTS [02.] Highlights [03.] Our Partners [04.] Main Collaboration Partners [05.] Funding [06.] Areas of Concentration [07.] Activity of Concentration [08.] Working on Our Own [09.] Proposed Areas [10.] Projects at a Glance - 2007 [16.] Chairman’s Message [20.] A Voice for the Voiceless: Answering a Clarion Call [28.] Treasuring the Rights of Man [36.] Putting Information where it is needed the most [40.] Providing Pathways…from Problem to Solution [54.] Benchmarking Standards and Good Governance [60.] Executive Director’s Message [64.] Our People [70.] Stewardship and Governance [73.] List of Publications [74.] Profile of the Membership [90.] Audit Committee Report [91.] Independent Auditor’s Report [92.] Statement of Financial Activities [93.] Balance Sheet [94.] Statement of Changes in Accumulated Fund [95.] Cash Flow Statement [96.] Notes to the Financial Statements [Inner Back Cover] Corporate Information
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PROJECTS WITH NGO COLLABORATION z Development of Strategic Framework for Peace z Environment Disaster Management Programme z Health and Livelihood Grants Programme z Human Security Response Programme z Peace and Development Programme z Regional Initiative Sustainable Livelihood & Enabling
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