UNICEF’s New Strategy Combines Development Theories, Humanitarian Crises-Type Responses
Devex: As U.S. interest wanes, UNICEF pivots strategy
“…The new strategy merges development theories with humanitarian urgency. UNICEF plugs into existing institutions to build a long-term response, but utilizing the extra personnel, expertise, and funding that humanitarian crises require. Particularly in protracted crises, the approach offers a way to build something permanent, while also spending on one-off costs…” (Dickinson, 10/20).
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