Rethinking Humanitarian Reform: Toward Demand-Driven Action

By: Center for Global Development | N/A | Reports and Policy Briefs

 

 

The world is currently facing the highest levels of forced displacement and humanitarian need. Yet the humanitarian system allocates its resources inefficiently, reaches too few people, and fails to provide what vulnerable populations say they need the most.

Despite modest progress as a result of three major reform efforts since 2005, each have fallen short of their aspirations. There is a lack of political will to tackle the power dynamics and skewed incentives that characterize the humanitarian system’s business model.

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