World Disasters Report 2018

The 2018 World Disasters Report, titled “Leaving millions NO-ONE behind: The international humanitarian sector must do more to respond to the needs of the world’s most vulnerable people”  explores how different people are left behind in humanitarian response, and why. It highlights the humanitarian impacts of crises, in particular natural hazards, including those linked to climate change, but also complex emergencies, the necessity to address the needs of particularly vulnerable and marginalized groups, at local level, and the importance of working with local organisations and communities.
 
Executive Summaries availables in English and French. 

World Disaster Report 2018
https://media.ifrc.org/ifrc/world-disaster-report-2018/?utm_source=National%20societies

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