The State of the Humanitarian System 2012
Posted on 1 June 2012
The State of the Humanitarian System report is based on interviews with hundreds of aid workers, donors and aid recipients. And subsequent information – things like statistics on funding flows, needs versus spending, lives affected – enables us to get an authentic snapshot of the vast, shifting mass of agencies, donors, governments and affected populations that are part of the humanitarian community.
It's a transparent look at how well the system is performing so that agencies can be more accountable and learn from their own, and each others', experiences.
Click here to read the 2010 pilot study that acts as a baseline for measuring change.
Also, for all social networkers, you can follow us on Twitter (@alnap) and facebook for updates on the report's progress #SOHS.
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