Humanitarian Aid Groups Must Adapt To Survive, Report Says, Outlines Areas Of Concern

NPR: Global Problems Aid Groups Should Prepare For, If They Want To Survive
“…A July report has an alarming message for the aid community: adapt or be left in the dust. ‘The way in which the humanitarian sector has been operating leaves continued need,’ says Eilidh Kennedy, an author of the report published by Action Against Hunger. ‘We’re proposing a new way for NGOs to see their role. What do we need to be able to continue operating in the future?’ That question led Kennedy and her team of researchers to identify 23 areas of concern…” (Gharib, 8/21).

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