The project’s objective was to integrate and strengthen social sciences for community engagement in humanitarian settings (i.e., conflicts, natural hazards, infectious threats) drawing on some important lessons learnt globally during Covid-19 and previous epidemics (e.g. Ebola) on the importance of social-science informed approaches in crisis contexts. The Sonar-Global network (coordinated by the AEE unit) was the implementing partner to this project. The consultation process led to the delivery of “global goods”, that is co-decided global tools (i.e., competency framework, training curricula, a framework of standards on Data Ethics in SS4CE in humanitarian action) available to the community of humanitarian workers to perform robust and effective social-science-informed community engagement. The project was coordinated by UNICEF Social and Behavior Change Bureau (NY). Collaborating partners were the University of Makerere (Uganda), Fiocruz (Brazil) and AIGHD (Netherlands).