Duty of Care refers to the obligation of humanitarian organizations to their humanitarian workers and volunteers. They must do everything in their power to maintain the well-being, security, and safety of humanitarians when supplying aid and offering the much-needed help in vulnerable locations. The importance of duty of care Compassionate humanitarian workers who travel abroad, which is often the case, sometimes get exposed to risks. Those who are trying to help often are susceptible to civil unrests and infectious diseases. Traveling to a developing country causes exposure to such situations. As a humanitarian travel manager, it’s important to track your humanitarians throughout their travel and alert them about any possible changes, emergencies, and risks they might come across. Making sure they can focus on doing good for those who need it most.