Financing trends in crisis-affected contexts: Launch of the 2019 Global Humanitarian Assistance report
In this webinar we present the findings of the 2019 Global Humanitarian Assistance report and what they mean for finance in protracted crisis contexts.
Facilitator Harpinder Collacott, Executive Director, Development Initiatives
Download the presenting panellists’ slides:
Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2019: key findings Angus Urquhart, Humanitarian Lead, Development Initiatives
The overarching issues relevant to financing across the HDP nexus and in protracted crises Sarah Dalrymple, Senior Policy and Engagement Advisor, Development Initiatives
Can a fragmented business model manage integrated crises Jeremy Konyndyk, Senior Policy Fellow, Center for Global Development
Marta Ruedas, Deputy Special Representative of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI), spoke in the webinar without a slide deck
Fragility trends Rachel Scott, Head of Crises and Fragility Unit, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, was unable to join the webinar, but we are pleased to make her presentation available here.
Answers to questions raised by attendees at the webinar that we ran out of time to address to the panellists will be published here shortly.
For further updates, resources and discussion around this webinar series, which focuses on the humanitarian–development–peace nexus, follow #DITripleNexus
We welcome feedback on the agenda of the series and questions for discussion; please read the full details of the series and its aims in Sarah Dalrymple’s blog here, and contact her on Sarah.Dalrymple@devinit.org.
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