Aid Agencies Struggle To Reach People Affected By Humanitarian Crises, Report Shows

The Guardian: Humanitarian system ‘stretched to its limits’ says new research
“…The State of the Humanitarian System, which is published every three years and produced by Active Learning Network for Accountability and Performance in Humanitarian Action (ALNAP), reveals that agencies are struggling to reach people in many of the world’s trouble spots. … A lack of funding, technical capacity, as well as problems recruiting staff were cited as reasons for inadequate provision for those in hard to reach communities…” (Clarke, 10/2).

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