July 16th 2020 To an unprecedented extent, the COVID-19 crisis has forced a recognition of the central role played by national and local organisations in humanitarian action.… Read more “Joint agency report: Humanitarian Funding, Partnerships and Coordination in the COVID-19 crisis: Perspectives from local women-led organisations and women’s rights organisations”
Gaby Daw, Caritas Jordan On 30th June, donors, UN agencies and governments hosting refugees from Syria meet at ministerial and senior official level for the Brussels IV… Read more “Brussels Conference on Syria 2020 – a Localisation perspective from Jordan”
Dr Win Tun Kyi, Karuna Mission Social Solidarity, Myanmar In this blog, I argue that the Covid19 crisis is demonstrating how local actors are the first responders,… Read more “Towards a risk-sharing approach in Covid19 response and beyond – Perspectives from a national NGO in Myanmar”
Abbas Kigozi, Influencing Coordinator-ELNHA, Oxfam Amidst the triple crises of locusts, floods and Covid-19 pandemic, a network of Local and National NGOs and International NGOs are progressively working to… Read more “The Charter for Change Working Group Reshaping the Localization Agenda in Uganda”
In the eastern DRC, community groups offer essential services to women affected by sexual violence.
Anticipatory actions are required now before an expected disastrous eruption occurs in Goma town.
A statement has been released on behalf of the Charter for Change, to mark World Humanitarian Day 2018.
Analytical paper on WHS self-reporting on Agenda for Humanity transformation 4A and 5A
Why does localisation matter, how does it work, and how to make it last?
Antti Toivanen, Finn Church Aid Country Director for Greece, shares from his experiences, the importance of partnerships in ensuring collective results.