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Reshape Decision-Making to #ReShapeAid: improved humanitarian effectiveness through systemic uptake of evidence, preferences, cost-analysis and data
International Rescue Committee
About this resource
This brief paper sets out four proposals for how the humanitarian field can address barriers in order to improve humanitarian effectiveness, drawing on a comprehensive review of practice that has fed into the IRC’s new global strategy.
This paper was used as a source for synthesised recommendations used in the Briefing Papers for the Global Forum on Improving Humanitarian Action, taking place in New York on 4/5 June 2015.
The Briefing Papers are intended to provide a general background to the key obstacles that inhibit good, effective humanitarian action, and the recommendations that have been put forward around the WHS process to address these obstacles.