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Context Assessment – Systematic Impact

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25 January 2021
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Context Assessment – Systematic Impact

In this Red R ‘taking point’ video Jan Davis, senior training officer for RedR, discusses the systemic impact of humanitarian workers’ presence. Jan provides a case study to demonstrate the indirect detrimental impact humanitarian agencies can have on local communities if they do not fully comprehend the complex nature of the areas they operate within. Disclaimer – this video contains stories of brutal murders.

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