“MANAGING RISK IN INTERNATIONAL AND LOCAL NGO PARTNERSHIPS: An in-depth study of the realities and recommendations for improving risk management in humanitarian crises”

Reliefweb published the above-titled article by Lindsay Hamsik, Senior Manager, Humanitarian Policy and Practice, InterAction. This article reads in part as follows:

“In humanitarian emergencies where access is limited and risk is high, people’s ability to obtain vital assistance often depends on partnerships between national and international aid organizations. In recent years, driven by the Syrian conflict, significantly larger portions of international humanitarian aid have been implemented through and alongside national and local entities. Building off InterAction’s 2016 research on NGOs and Risk, InterAction and Humanitarian Outcomes are releasing the findings of an 18-month study that examined how risk is perceived and managed in partnerships in high-risk settings.”

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