Governments

Governments

Government donors and the European Commission (EC) play a very large part in shaping the international humanitarian response, accounting for US$12.4 billion (74%) of the estimated US$16.7 billion tota...

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Financing Mechanisms

Financing Mechanisms

Country-level pooled funds and the Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) were established to improve humanitarian effectiveness at country level and equity at a global level. Up until 2010 the three ...

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Delivery

Delivery

For people in need, delivery agencies – United Nations agencies, funds and programmes, the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, non-government organisations – are the fundamental com...

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Domestic Response

Domestic Response

It is not the international humanitarian system that is first to deal with the aftermath of a natural disaster or the humanitarian effects of conflict - if you are affected by crisis, the first, most ...

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Conflict & The Military

Conflict & The Military

Our conflict and the military workstream looks at trends in a range of official government resource flows into conflict affected states. We believe collecting and tracking this data will contribute to...

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Scale of Needs

Scale of Needs

Providing assistance in accordance with assessed humanitarian need is a core humanitarian principle but there exists no comprehensive measure of humanitarian needs that allows objective comparison of ...

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Data & Guides

Data & Guides

The data workstream is about trying to give and get access to information on humanitarian aid that we can all use and understand. We’re starting with trying to help you navigate your way around, pub...

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