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HOW ARE DONORS IMPLEMENTING THE GOOD HUMANITARIAN DONORSHIP PRINCIPLES?
Ten years ago, a group of 17 donors, including the European Commission, agreed on a set of 23 principles and best practices for what it implies to be a good humanitarian donor. Since then, 24 more donor governments have signed on. A core concept for the GHD principles is accountability;
Endorsed in Stockholm, 17 June 2003 by Germany, Australia, Belgium, Canada, the European Commission, Denmark, the United States, Finland, France, Ireland, Japan, Luxemburg, Norway, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Sweden and Switzerland.