Geneva – Switzerland
The Sheikh Taher Al-Zawi Charitable Foundation, STACO, officially joined the Sphere project, through an official letter from Mr. This is with the membership of the Sheikh Al-Taher Al-Zawi Charitable Foundation in the project because of its achievements and activities in the field of relief and humanitarian work, and it is the leading institution in Libya, and he is very enthusiastic about this communication, strengthening relations and building new and future work strategies.
It is worth noting that the “Sphere” project is a voluntary initiative that brings together a wide range of humanitarian agencies around a common goal of improving the quality of humanitarian assistance and enhancing the accountability of actors to its originators, donors and affected populations. Representatives from a global network of humanitarian agencies make today a vibrant community of humanitarian response workers from all over the world.
The Sphere Project Standards, initially developed by NGOs, along with the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, have become an essential reference tool for national and international NGOs, volunteers, UN agencies, governments, donors, the private sector, and many others. Today, Sphere is a global community that brings together and empowers practitioners to improve the quality and assistance of humanitarian assistance.
The “Sphere” project is based on a guide entitled The Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in the Field of Humanitarian Response, a set of common principles and global minimum standards that enjoy the greatest fame and international recognition by those working in the field of humanitarian response. Those affected by disasters or conflicts in the world can re-establish their lives and restore their livelihood in ways that ensure their respect and enhance their dignity, and this is from the Sphere Project 2020 strategy.