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Key Lessons from Evaluations of Humanitarian Action in Liberia


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Resource type:Lessons papers
Keywords:Conflict, violence & peace
Author(s):Houghton, R.
Date published:September 2003

How many times do we as humanitarians have to re-invent the wheel?
How often are we unaware of previous lessons learnt, often communicated through evaluations of humanitarian action?

This short briefing distils key lessons and examples of good practice from past experiences in Liberia. It is based on seven evaluative reports available from the ALNAP’s Evaluative Reports Database.

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