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GHA Report 2012 Summary

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Report Synopsis

This is a summary of GHA Report 2012 – a report that uses the latest data to present the most comprehensive assessment of the international humanitarian financing response. The main report considers how this response has measured up to the scale of global humanitarian crises and reflects on the timeliness, proportionality, and phasing of investments. Chapters on humanitarian funding (the donors, recipients and channels of delivery), the forces which shape humanitarian need, and the investments needed to tackle vulnerability are presented in the main report, revealing the complexity of humanitarian response.

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Aid is a key resource to meet the needs of people vulnerable to and affected by crises. But many other official and private resource flows have a role to play in creating broad-based growth – growth that has the potential to reduce poverty and vulnerability, provided it is equitable and built on investments that engage with and support the poor.

 

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Top 20 government contributors of international humanitarian aid, 2001-2010

Top 20 recipients of international humanitarian aid, 2001-2010

Table of top 20 donors of international humanitarian aid, 2001-2010

Table of top 20 recipients of international humanitarian aid, 2001-2010