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The Humanitarian Response Index 2011: addressing the gender challenge

Source(s):  DARA - Spain

This report gathers evidence on how the humanitarian sector is functioning, and from this, raise concerns about important issues that affect the quality and effectiveness of humanitarian action, ranging from the importance of need-based approaches and the dangers of aid politicisation, to the need for better prevention, preparedness, and risk reduction, and support for protection and access.

The 2011 report examines responses to crises to assess how the world's main donor governments – 23 members of the OECD's Development Assistance Committee (DAC) – face the challenge of ensuring that their aid money is used effectively and efficiently in order to maximize the benefits for those affected. It gathers and analyses data regarding the way in which donor governments address gender in their policies and funding, and provide field actors' perspectives of donor commitment to gender.



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  • The Humanitarian Response Index 2011: addressing the gender challenge
  • Publication date 2012
  • Number of pages 329 p.
  • ISBN/ISSN 9788461576265

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