(From the document "After the World Humanitarian Summit: Better humanitarian-Development Coorperation for Sustainable Results on the Ground")

 

Please find below case studies and documents to illustrate the New Way of Working and Early Recovery in the Humanitarian & Development Nexus

OPENCANADA.ORG The complex nature of conflict today demands more than...
Overview and Background The “Inter-Cluster Coordination: Breaking Down Silos...
Against all odds, Somalia serves as an example of how to deal successfully with...
The United Nations Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator (RC/HC) recognizes the...
Narrative extracted from "The Grand Bargain explained an ICVA briefing paper...
"Around the world, we are witnessing unprecedented numbers of people forced to...
"We must bring the humanitarian and develpment spheres closer together form the...
The UN Secretary-General and World Bank President signed on 22 April 2017 an...
Summary The 2030 Agenda, with its pledge to leave no one behind, is our...
Any crisis, whether caused by conflict or disaster, almost inevitably uproots...
The World Humanitarian Summit has brought a new momentum to humanitarian action...
The volume, cost and length of humanitarian assistance provision over the past...
The area that received the most support at the World Humanitarian Summit (WHS)...
1. The World Humanitarian Summit (WHS) called for a step change in how...
1. We commit to implementing a “new way of working” that meets people’s...
1. As a boy I grew up in war. I was six years old when I was forced to flee my...