Repackaging Localisation

Project: Shifting The PowerTalent Development 11th July 2017

The spirit and factors of localisation of humanitarian response is reviewed in this article from the perspectives of the needs of the affected peoples at the local level, the possible roles of the affected communities together with the HA governance architecture at the national and sub-national levels. In this analysis, the prevailing and expected roles of international HA actors in terms of financial and technical obligation, contributions and support to local actors all as inhabitants of global village is also brought into discussion. The lesson in the process of organizing National Alliance of Humanitarian Actors Bangladesh (NAHAB) is accounted for as an innovative approach to repackage localization, thanks to the input from and value addition by international programmes.

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