Through its 5 core responsibilities and 24 transformations, the Agenda for Humanity sets out a vision and a roadmap for how the humanitarian system can reduce humanitarian need, risk and vulnerability for the 130 million people who are affected by humanitarian crises and for the millions more people at risk.
Each core responsibility is underpinned by a number of strategic and normative transformations which outline the actions that are necessary in order to make the responsibilities a reality. Together, the core responsibilities and transformations form a framework for action, change and mutual accountability, against which we can collectively assess and review progress in the years to come.
The 5 core responsibilities are:
1. Political Leadership to Prevent and End Conflicts
2. Safeguarding the Norms that Uphold Humanity
3. Leave No One Behind
4. Change People’s Lives: From Delivering Aid to Ending Need
5. Invest in Humanity