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Localisation in Vanuatu: Demonstrating Change_January 2019

VANGO, PIANGO and Humanitarian Advisory Group would like to thank the many people who have contributed to this baselining process. This includes local, national...

Accelerating Localisation Through Partnerships

Thanks to the research advisory group of the Accelerating Localisation through Partnerships consortium for guiding the research: Victor Arokoyo (Christian Aid Nigeria), Jane Backhurst...

NGOs & RISK Managing Uncertainty in Local-International Partnerships

In humanitarian emergencies where access is limited and risk is high, people’s ability to obtain vital assistance often depends on partnerships between national and...

Prepared for Partnership? Trust and Distrust in international Cooperation

Much of my professional work takes place in two sectors of international cooperation: relief work and peacebuilding, mostly in violent crises. Yet when it...

JRP 2019 Hardly Responsive to Conflict and Security We Demand Full Transparency of Humanitarian Aid

There are three reasons including, (a) Grand Bargain Bangladesh mission has given specific recommendations in last September 2018 on localization and Rohingya response in...

Capacity and Complementarity in the Rohingya Response in Bangladesh

This is important report from HPG ODI one of the prominent policy researcher group in humanitarian world, in respect of Rohingya response they suggested...

Fighting for Fortification : The Annual report of COAST 2017

As a people centered national NGO, COAST has been implementing various development activities since 1998. Now, it also feels that, it has to face...

“Impact of FDMN Influx on the host community: emphasizing monsoon crisis mitigation” Host Community should be heard during humanitarian intervention in FDMN/ Rohingya relief...

To survive a genocide the Rohingya people of Rakhain State, who are officially called as ‘Forcibly Displaced Myanmar Nationals (FDMN)', have fled to Bangladesh...
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