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Humanitarian Charter Handbook

Published 1997

 

This handbook was published by the Sphere Project and provides a set of standards for humanitarian aid. The handbook states, "Humanitarian agencies committed to this Charter and to the Minimum Standards will aim to achieve defined levels of service for people affected by calamity or armed conflict, and to promote the observance of fundamental humanitarian principles."

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