Stewart Davies

Stewart Davies is the global community engagement and accountability advisor for the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) based in Geneva, Switzerland. Stewart is an experienced advisor and coordinator of community engagement and accountability, with fifteen years' experience in international contexts including in the development, humanitarian and social enterprise and impact investment sectors.

Working in natural disasters, armed conflicts and complex emergency settings, he has led on and supported response-wide collective accountability initiatives in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Nepal, Myanmar, oPt, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, Whole of Syria, Ukraine and Yemen. Having worked with partners including governments, UN Agencies, the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement, civil society, academia and the private sector in multi-sector, inter-agency operating environments; he brings a wealth of diverse community-focused experience to the forefront of the global collective accountability agenda.

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