The State of the Humanitarian System 2012
What is the State of the Humanitarian System report?
The first State of the Humanitarian System report is an ambitious snapshot of the entire humanitarian system. Commissioned by ALNAP and authored by Humanitarian Outcomes, it outlines what's working, what's not, and how the sector has been performing in 2009-2010.
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Click to play or download the audio podcast from the Geneva launch (July 2012)
London launch (July 2012)
1. Setting the scene: Simon Maxwell introduces the State of Humanitarian System report
2. Methodology of State of the Humanitarian System report
3. What do we mean by 'humanitarian system'?
4. What's the size and scope of the humanitarian system?
5. How is the humanitarian system performing?
6. Instant reactions: the good, the bad and the surprises
7. Jane Cocking, Oxfam Humanitarian Director: reaction to the report
8. Marc DuBois, Executive Director MSF: reaction to the report
9. David Peppiatt, International Director, British Red Cross: reaction to the report
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