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Crises in a New World Order

Crises in a New World Order

by freeform | February 6, 2012

In Crises in a New World Order, Oxfam says that great strides have been made in delivery of international humanitarian assistance, but the future requires a shift of resources to ensure local governments and civil society partners are equipped to prevent, prepare for and save lives during disasters.

The United Nations and international non-government organizations will remain as vital as ever, Oxfam says. “But their contribution will increasingly be measured by how they complement and support the capacities and efforts of crisis-affected countries.”

 

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Publication date: August 2013

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