Vol. 53 Nbr. 1, May 2016
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- The future of humanitarian action.
- Overcoming obstacles to meeting humanitarian need.
- In the face of 60 million: we must engage.
- Building an agenda for humanity.
- World Humanitarian Summit: addressing forced displacement.
- Coordinating funding for humanitarian emergencies.
- The humanitarian response to the 2015 Nepal earthquake.
- The post-Haiyan shelter challenge and the need for local, national and international coordination.
- Volunteer and technical communities in humanitarian response: lessons in digital humanitarianism from Typhoon Haiyan.
- Economic recovery after natural disasters.
- Improving partnerships between national and international NGOs in Africa.
- Going beyond what works: using data and evidence to improve the humanitarian aid system.
- The scope and limits of humanitarian action in urban areas of the global South.