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The State of the Humanitarian System 2018

ALNAP

Tuesday, December 18, 2018

The State of the Humanitarian System is an independent study that compiles the latest statistics on the size, shape and scope of the humanitarian system and assesses overall performance and progress. Published every three years, it provides a sector-level mapping and assessment of international humanitarian assistance.

Following from a successful pilot in 2010, the SOHS study has been repeated in 2012 and 2015. The 2018 edition is the newest edition of this research.

Resource type: report

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