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DAISI supports to undertake humanitarian assistance principles of humanity, impartiality, independence and neutrality with the following policies in place to deal with Humanitarian Crisis:

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POLICY

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  1. DAISI will develop humanitarian response and disaster preparedness strategies that incorporate and reflect international humanitarian response standards
  2. DAISI will share information and knowledge with other stakeholders, and participate in joint planning and integrated activities wherever possible, including national and local authorities, without compromising humanitarian principles.
  3. DAISI recognises that effective humanitarian responses require collective action.
  4. DAISI is guided by s guided by The Core Humanitarian Standard on Quality and Accountability (CHS)
  5. When responding to humanitarian crisis, DAISI will apply the principles of humanity, impartiality, independence and neutrality as defined in the Core Humanitarian Standard on Quality and Accountability (CHS).
  6. Donations are based on the express wishes of the recipient and not distributed without prior consent
  7. Donated drugs must be on the list of essential drugs of the recipient country, or if no such list is available, the WHO Model List of Essential Drugs
  8. Donated drugs must comply with the quality standards of the recipient country and be authorised for use in that country
  9. All donated drugs should have a shelf-life of at least 12 months upon arrival in the recipient country