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W0RKING WELL? AID WORKER WELL-BEING AND HOW TO IMPROVE IT

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26 March 2021
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W0RKING WELL? AID WORKER WELL-BEING AND HOW TO IMPROVE IT

The CHS Alliance has long been concerned about aid worker well-being. Why? Because staff and volunteers are crucial to the delivery of meaningful, high-quality aid. The actions of staff and volunteers underpin each of the Nine Commitments of the Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS).

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