Growth In Humanitarian Aid Funding Slowed For 2nd Year In 2017, Report Shows

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Growth in aid funding slows for second year
“Growth in humanitarian aid slowed for the second year running in 2017 as government spending virtually stagnated, according to a report published on Tuesday that said the industry needed to find new ways of funding its work. Overall aid increased by three percent year on year, with private donors accounting for almost all that growth, the annual Global Humanitarian Assistance Report showed…” (Beresford, 6/19).

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