CID Humanitarian Network
The Council for International Development facilitates the CID Humanitarian Network (formerly the NDRF), a standing committee of CID members that have an interest and involvement in international humanitarian response and emergency management issues.
The aim of the Humanitarian Network is to provide a collective civil society voice and forum for cooperation and shared learning for best practice in international humanitarian assistance for New Zealand NGOs. Humanitarian Network members work closely together during humanitarian emergencies to minimise duplication and ensure their response is as effective as possible.
The Humanitarian Network is an open forum and encourages non-CID members and observers, such as the Red Cross and the Ministry for Civil Defence and Emergency Management, to engage with the Humanitarian Network and contribute to the outcomes of the forum.
The Terms of Reference for the Humanitarian Network are available here
- ADRA - Adventist Development Relief Agency New Zealand
- Anglican Mission
- Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand
- cbm New Zealand
- ChildFund New Zealand
- Christian World Service
- Engineers without Borders
- Family Planning
- Habitat for Humanity
- The Leprosy Mission New Zealand
- Oxfam New Zealand
- Rotary New Zealand World Community Service
- The Salvation Army New Zealand
- Save the Children New Zealand
- SurfAid New Zealand
- Tearfund New Zealand
- UNICEF New Zealand
- Volunteer Service Abroad
- World Vision New Zealand
- New Zealand Red Cross (NZRC)
- National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA)
- Latter Day Saints
- Tonkin & Taylor
- Vodafone New Zealand
- Plan Australia
Our People - Humanitarian Network
Humanitarian Network Chair
Quenelda Clegg is the Director of Programmes at ChildFund New Zealand, an international child-focused NGO. Quenelda oversees ChildFund New Zealand’s development and humanitarian assistance programs that are delivered in eight dedicated communities across Africa, Asia, and the Pacific. Previously, Quenelda worked at the World Bank, United Nations, and with community-based organisations in indigenous Australia, Timor-Leste, and Nepal. Currently, Quenelda also sits on Huber Social’s Ethical Review Board and is thrilled to have the opportunity to be Chair of CID’s Humanitarian Network to broaden her engagement with the sector.
Humanitarian Network Deputy Chair (Tearfund)
Andy has been working in the humanitarian sector for the past ten years. This includes field assignments in Afghanistan, Lebanon, Jordan, Myanmar, and the Philippines and now, more recently, leading Tearfund New Zealand’s humanitarian responses.
CID - Standards and Humanitarian Manager
Aaron has been involved in the development and emergency response/humanitarian sector since the late 90s. With a background in policy and operations, personnel and organisational compliance, training and human resources, Aaron has previously worked for MFAT’s NZ Aid Programme, and managed the International Aid Worker Programme for NZ Red Cross. Aaron has been part of humanitarian programmes in the Pacific, Timor-Leste, Ukraine, South Sudan, Sierra Leone, Lebanon, and Australia. Most recently, Aaron was based in Samoa where he supported capacity-building and surge support for human resourcing. Aaron has a keen interest in the supporting best-practise and impact, but also the important role that being personable and ‘enjoyment of work’ has not only upon staff well-being but also productivity within an increasingly stressful sector.
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The Humanitarian Network is a forum which encourages members and observers, such as the Red Cross and the Ministry for Civil Defence and Emergency Management, to engage with the Humanitarian Network and contribute to the outcomes of the forum. If you're a member, click here to join!