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Discussion paper
9 February 2016

Uganda – influx of refugees from South Sudan

On 8 February 2016 we responded to a funding alert in response to the influx of South Sudanese refugees into Uganda. Since the outbreak of hostilities at t

Discussion paper
22 January 2016

Nigeria (Lassa fever)

On 19 January 2016 we responded to a funding alert in response to the outbreak of Lassa fever in Nigeria. The Southern and Northern regions in Nigeria have

Report
15 January 2016

Humanitarian evidence systems mapping in East Africa

Applying a number of tools – interviews, literature review, and financial analysis – the study aimed to identify the key stakeholders commissioning, conduc

Discussion paper
6 January 2016

Food insecurity, Ethiopia

On 5 January 2016 we responded to a funding alert for food insecurity in Ethiopia.

Report
15 September 2015

Humanitarian Assistance to East and Central Africa

Crises in the Middle East (Syria and Iraq), disasters caused by natural hazards in Asia, and Ebola in West Africa have recently dominated the international

Report
18 June 2015

Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2015

Thank you to all those that participated in our event in London and online. You can view the recorded event below. Please do share with your networks. REPO

Report
10 September 2014

Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2014

How much is spent on humanitarian assistance? Is it enough? Where does it go? How does it get there and what is it spent on?

Report
12 July 2013

Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2013

This tenth edition of the report provides the most up-to-date and comprehensive picture of global humanitarian financing, and describes some of the key trends and developments of the last decade.

Report
19 July 2012

Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2012

"The global response to humanitarian crises is the collective output of a complex ecosystem of communities, organisations and national and international governments, each facing a range of choices about how, where, when and how much they contribute to meet humanitarian need."