Linking Preparedness Response and Resilience in Emergency Contexts’ Humanitarian Strand Final Report: Community Resilience Building in Humanitarian Response; Insights from Crises Survivors and First Responders

Project: Linking Preparedness Resilience and Response 16th January 2018

This paper presents the findings and recommendations developed by the Humanitarian Response Strand of the Linking Preparedness, Response and Resilience in Emergency Contexts (LPRR) project. This paper outlines the recommendation and requests of the LPRR consortium’s local stakeholders, including crises effected beneficiaries, local partners and in country staff. The aim of this research and paper is to present the recommendations and perceptions made by local stakeholders (first responders and crises survivors) for how humanitarian response can be strengthened to enable (and not undermine) long term community resilience building.


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