The "Humanitarian Reform" describes systems introduced by the UN in 2005 to improve the effectiveness, timeliness and predictability of humanitarian response. Funding, coordination, leadership, partnership and accountability are the interlinked and mutually reinforcing elements that make up the reform process. NGOs have responded to the reforms in a variety of ways, including through engaging with the NHRP I and NHRP II.
Below are links for further information about the NGOs Humanitarian Reform Projects Phase I and II:
- Synthesis Reports
- Basic Information Leaflet Series
- Humanitarian and Good Practices Paper
- Mapping Studies
- Project Newsletters
- Project Outputs
This project was funded by the European Commission for Humanitarian Aid (ECHO), as well as supported by Australian Aid.