Setting Up and Strengthening Local Partnerships to Deliver Aid

Setting Up and Strengthening Local Partnerships to Deliver Aid

Following the December 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, a group of aid agencies interested in improving emergency response mechanisms, documented their experiences in responding to the disaster, which resulted in a coalition report dubbed the Synthesis Report: Expanded Summary www.alnap.org/resource/5536 . It calls for a fundamental shift in the humanitarian process from mere aid supply, to supporting and facilitating communities’ own relief and recovery priorities. Few have heeded this call since, and little to no changes in partnerships, policies and practices in aid delivery are seen. Read more.

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