What needs to change in disaster interventions?
- The power is held by a small number of large international institutions
- Humanitarian action is often reactive and slow to reach people in need
- Too many rules make it hard for aid agencies to be flexible (Start Network, 2018, p. 11)
ReferencesDevelopment Initiatives. (2015). Global humanitarian assistance report 2015. https://devinit.org/resources/gha-report-2015/Start Network. (2018). Start Network annual report 2018: A new era of humanitarian action. https://reliefweb.int/report/world/start-network-annual-report-2018-new-era-humanitarian-action
Disaster Interventions and the Need for Evaluation, Accountability and Learning
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