Accountability to Affected Populations (AAP)

At UNICEF, we place people – men, women, families, children, adolescents – at the centre of our work. To make sure our work is truly people-centred, we are committed to embedding Accountability to Affected Populations (AAP) in everything we do.

 

AAP is about using power and resources ethically and responsibly. It’s about putting the needs and interests of the people we serve at the centre of decision-making, and ensuring the most appropriate and relevant outcomes for them, while preserving their rights and dignity and increasing their resilience to face situations of vulnerability and crisis.

Our commitment to AAP is reflected in the 2018 Business Case for Scaling up AAP in UNICEF, and the 2020 Core Commitments to Children in Humanitarian Action.

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CONTACT 

AAP Unit, Office of Emergency Programmes, Geneva

aap@unicef.org

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Tool 5.8 AAP indicators and monitoring guidance

Accountability to Affected Populations

English

Tool / Planning Tools

IASC Accountability & Inclusion Portal

Accountability to Affected Populations

English

Website

Tool 10.1 PSEA Practical Guide and Toolkit

Accountability to Affected Populations

English

Tool / Planning Tools

Tool 13.1 ToRs Interagency AAP Positions

Accountability to Affected Populations

English

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Tool 13.2 Example ToR AAP CE Working Group

Accountability to Affected Populations

English

Tool / Planning Tools

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