accessibility & help
Principled humanitarian action should be protected to ensure the most vulnerable people get help.
Humanitarian and development aims are increasingly being defined through the language of trade and security. This blurs the lines between humanitarian assistance and economic and national interests.
In a world of expanding and unmet humanitarian need, humanitarian organisations need to find a more effective way to collaborate on a local, national and international basis to help those in crisis.
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