The State of the Humanitarian System 2018 Report

This report from ALNAP outlines humanitarian needs over the period of 2015-2017.  It includes an overview of available resources to address those needs, details the current size and structure of the humanitarian system, and provides an assessment of the system’s performance in addressing humanitarian needs.

The main report, along with a summary and other analysis, are available.

ALNAP is a global network of humanitarian organizations, including UN agencies, members of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, NGOs, donors, academics and consultants.  This 2018 report is the latest report by the State of the Humanitarian System project, which aims to give a longitudinal assessment of the size, shape and performance of the humanitarian system.

 

SOHS Main Page, 2018 Full Report , 2018 Summary
https://sohs.alnap.org/?mc_cid=26c1cc3a78&mc_eid=dd892a1742, https://sohs.alnap.org/help-library/the-state-of-the-humanitarian-system-2018-full-report, https://sohs.alnap.org/help-library/the-state-of-the-humanitarian-system-2018-summary

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