Efficiency Study of Global Humanitarian Financing

Humanitarian Outcomes was commissioned by the Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance on behalf of the Good Humanitarian Donorship initiative to undertake a study on the comparative efficiencies and inefficiencies of the major modalities for funding international humanitarian response.  Conducted in 2016-2017, the study included case-specific research in Ethiopia, Iraq and Myanmar, tracing the transaction chain of humanitarian funding from donors through to end-use implementers.

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