A College Chapter
All undergraduates and postgraduates from accredited universities and institutions are eligible to apply to begin their very own Humanitarian Affairs Chapter in their institution.

How do I start a Humanitarian Affairs Chapter ?
  • Submit an application to establish your very own Chapter
  • Humanitarian Affairs will contact you to schedule a telephonic interview
  • If selected, the organisation will work with you to establish a Chapter in your College or University
What is required of a Humanitarian Affairs Chapter ?
  • Recruitment of students to be members of your Chapter
  • Planning outreach programmes that benefit communities in need
  • Initiating fundraising activities
  • Hosting an annual community-based program
  • Submission of an online annual report about your Chapter activities
  • Attendance at annual Humanitarian Affairs’ meetings in different parts of the world
Each Humanitarian Affairs Chapter must aim to:
  • Implement local community based programmes
  • Initiate global outreach humanitarian efforts
  • Seek hands-on humanitarian training
  • Ensure that beneficiaries receive the highest quality of service
  • Raise funds for a cause; for example fundraising intended for children living in extreme poverty to provide them with an opportunity to go to school

What Protocol should I Observe ?

Humanitarian Affairs Chapters are established only after an individual or group first apply to begin a chapter, after which a collaboration with the Secretariat takes place to create the Chapter. It becomes officially recognised after the office-bearers sign the Chapter Charter.

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Licenses to intellectual property are available only to groups that comply with our organisation’s legitimate and appropriate requirements.