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First look at findings on Humanitarian Coverage

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Resource type:Blogs
Language:English
Keywords:Access and Negotiation, Conflict, violence & peace, Protection, human rights & security, Working in conflict setting
Countries:Afghanistan, Somalia, South Sudan, Syria
Agency:GPPI - Global Public Policy Institute, Humanitarian Outcomes
Date published:August 2015

The preliminary findings of Component 1 of "Secure Access in Volatile Environments" of the "Secure Access in Volatile Environments (SAVE)" research project are beginning to emerge, shedding new light on how humanitarian access is affected by insecurity. While it is well understood that access is reduced and constrained in violent environments, there has never been an attempt to measure these effects – in part because the humanitarian footprint itself has never been fully quantified. Component 1 is attempting to fill this evidence gap.

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