Collaborative Advantage in Humanitarian Preparedness

Project: Learning Project 6th June 2018

This short report highlights key findings from an analysis of 151 stories from stakeholders in the Disasters and Emergencies Preparedness Programme. It identifies some of the key drivers, enablers, and blockers for humanitarian collaboration, and also highlights some of the major outcomes, both positive and negative, resulting from DEPP collaborations.

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