How Can Humanitarian Response Interventions Contribute to Building Long-Term Resilience? An Evidence Based Research

Project: Linking Preparedness Resilience and Response 16th January 2018

This report was commissioned by Christian Aid as a contribution to the larger START DEPP Linking Preparedness, Response and Resilience (LPRR) programme and as a primary round of analysis to data collected in answer to their research question: How can humanitarian response better contribute to long term resilience to future crises of the communities they serve?

This report provides a preliminary analysis of 8 humanitarian interventions in Kenya, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Democratic Republic of Congo, Colombia, Indonesia and two communities in the Philippines. The interventions encompass natural disasters, conflict and food insecurity situations and are all carried out by one of the consortium agencies.

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