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Published: August 13, 2014

ALNAP’s State of the System report

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ALNAP’s State of the System report is next due in 2015. Please see the important message below explaining how you (if you’ve been involved in ANY humanitarian response lately) can contribute to this research.

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The State of the Humanitarian System (SOHS) report provides a system level mapping and assessment of international humanitarian assistance. It does this by defining key criteria for evaluating system performance and progress. Every 3 years the performance of the system is reassessed against these criteria and lessons learned are shared.

Commissioned by ALNAP and authored by Humanitarian Outcomes, the report offers a comprehensive picture of the shape and size of the system and insights into the ‘bigger picture’ of trends and performance in the sector. It incorporates perspectives from those who receive aid, as well as practitioners from across the globe and at all levels of seniority. A pilot version of the report was published in 2010 and the first edition was published in 2012. Read these and find out more at http://www.alnap.org/what-we-do/sohs

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