Knowledge sharing in protracted conflicts – the case of national humanitarian networks in South Sudan and Yemen

Project: Better Dialogue Better Information Better Action (CDAC-N)External partner: HLATransforming Surge Capacity 11th July 2017

This case study explores the role of national NGO networks for capacity building, using the examples of South Sudan and Yemen. The two national NGO networks were established to facilitate coordination and information sharing among national and local organisations. They engage in formal and informal knowledge sharing and capacity building activities. This study describes their activities and analyses the learning outcomes achieved through networked approaches to capacity building.


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