• Why should we become a member of HAP? What do we get out of it? It is important to exercise leadership within the humanitarian sector. We must convince each other and the outside world that we do not shy away from monitoring and reporting. This new organization will provide the right forum for achieving accountability standards together.end quote

    Raymond Johansen, former Secretary General, Norwegian Refugee Council

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HAP has 100 member organisations

The membership includes 79 full members and 21 associate members ranging from organisations with a mandate of emergency relief and development activities to institutional donors.
For information on the rights and duties of members, please visit the Governance section of our website.

Latest Members

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Full members 

ACT Alliance, Switzerland – HAP-certified 
ACT International, Pakistan
ActionAid, South Africa 
Agence d'Aide à la Coopération Technique et au Développement (ACTED), France 
Amel Association, Lebanon 
Association Najdeh, Lebanon 
Australian Lutheran World Service, Australia 
AWAZ Foundation Pakistan - Centre for Development Services, Pakistan 
British Red Cross, United Kingdom 
Catholic Agency For Overseas Development (CAFOD), United Kingdom – HAP-certified 
CARE International, Switzerland 
Children First, Pakistan 
Christian Aid, United Kingdom and Ireland – HAP-certified 
Christian Children's Fund, Canada 
Church's Auxiliary for Social Action's (CASA), India 
Church of Sweden International Mission and Diaconia, Sweden – HAP-certified 
Church World Service Pakistan/Afghanistan (CWS P/A), Pakistan – HAP-certified 
Coastal Association for Social Transformation Trust (COAST Trust), Bangladesh – HAP-certified 
Community and Family Services International (CFSI), Philippines 
Community Development Centre (CODEC), Bangladesh 
Concern Worldwide, Ireland – HAP-certified 
Coordination of Afghan Relief (CoAR), Afghanistan 
DanChurchAid, Denmark – HAP-certified 
Danish Refugee Council, Denmark – HAP-certified 
Deutsche Welthungerhilfe, Germany 
Diakonia, Sweden – HAP-certified 
Dwip Unnayan Songstha (DUS), Bangladesh 
Evangelical Fellowship of India Commission on Relief (EFICOR), India 
FilmAid, United States of America
Finn Church Aid, Finland 
GOAL, Ireland
Health and Nutrition Development Society (HANDS), Pakistan 
HelpAge International, United Kingdom 
International Aid Services (IAS), Sweden 
International Medical Corps (IMC), United States of America 
International Rescue Committee UK (IRC-UK), United Kingdom 
Islamic Relief Worldwide, United Kingdom
J/P Haitian Relief Organization, Haiti
KinderUSA, United States of America 
Khwendo Kor, Pakistan 
Lutheran World Federation, Department for World Service (LWF), Switzerland – HAP-certified 
Lutheran World Service India Trust (LWSIT), India 
Mavi Kalem, Turkey
Medair, Switzerland 
Medical Aid for Palestinians (MAP), United Kingdom 
Mercy Malaysia, Malaysia – HAP-certified 
Mission East, Denmark 
Muslim Aid, United Kingdom 
Naba'a, Lebanon 
National Human Rights Defense Network (RNDDH), Haiti 
Network for Information, Response and Preparedness Activities on Disaster (NIRAPAD), Bangladesh
Norwegian Church Aid (NCA), Norway – HAP-certified 
Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), Norway 
Office Africain pour le Développement et la Coopération (OFADEC), Senegal – HAP-certified 
Oxfam America, United States of America 
Oxfam GB, United Kingdom 
Pakistan Fisher Folk Forum, Pakistan
Plan International, United Kingdom 
PMU InterLife, Sweden 
Refugee Consortium of Kenya, Kenya
Rupantar, Bangladesh 
Rural Development Project, Pakistan 
Saibaan Development Organisation, Pakistan 
Save the Children UK, United Kingdom 
Society for Safe Environment and Welfare of Agrarians in Pakistan (SSEWA-PAK), Pakistan 
Strengthening Participatory Organisation (SPO), Pakistan 
Sungi Development Foundation, Pakistan – HAP-certified 
Sustainable Environment & Ecological Development Society (SEEDS), India – HAP-certified 
Tearfund, United Kingdom – HAP-certified 
Trócaire, Ireland
War Child, UK
Women's Refugee Commission, United States of America
Women Support Association (WSA), Ethiopia
World Renew, Canada
World Vision International, Switzerland 
Yakkum Emergency Unit (YEU), Indonesia 
ZOA, The Netherlands

Associate members

African Network for the Prevention and Protection against Child Abuse and Neglect (ANPPCAN), Liberia 
Australian Council for International Development (ACFID), Australia 
Centre for Peace and Development Initiatives (CPDI), Pakistan 
Christian World Service Aotearoa, New Zealand 
Department for International Development (DFID), United Kingdom 
Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC), United Kingdom 
Habitat for Humanity International, United States of America 
Institute of Rural Management, Pakistan 
Japan Association for Refugees, Japan 
Japan NGO Center for International Cooperation (JANIC), Japan
Keeping Children Safe, United Kingdom 
Kohsar Welfare & Educational Society (KWES), Pakistan 
Lutheran World Relief (LWR), United States of America 
National Society for Earthquake Technology (NSET), Nepal 
People In Aid, United Kingdom 
Poorvanchal Gramin Vikas Sansthan, India 
Royal Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (DANIDA), Denmark 
Society for Training and Rehabilitation (STAR), Bangladesh 
Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA), Sweden 
Transparency International (TI), Germany 
Women's Rights Association Multan, Pakistan

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