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European Commission

EUROPEAN CIVIL PROTECTION AND HUMANITARIAN AID OPERATIONS

WORKING WITH DG ECHO AS AN INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION

COVID - 19


The European Commission is dedicated to mitigating the effects of the crisis within and beyond Europe’s borders. The people in need of humanitarian assistance worldwide are vulnerable and it is our joint responsibility to protect them the best we can. At the same time, the safety of humanitarian staff is primordial in order to ensure a successful implementation of response.

As part of the do no harm principle and in line with duty of care obligations, we are encouraging our partners to implement measures for protecting their staff and to ensure that humanitarian workers are not at risk.

DG ECHO has drafted Guidelines on the proposed measures linked to contractual obligations that will be updated regularly ( Last updates were done on 07/04/2020) and the Note for Temporary relaxation of the requirement of signed distribution lists during the COVID-19 crisis.
 

Check on the Reference Document page to read the full documents

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