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The Humanitarian Response Index 2008

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Table of contents

Part One. The Humanitarian Response Index 2008

1. The Humanitarian Response Index: Donor Accountability in Humanitarian Action
Silvia Hidalgo, Philip Tamminga

Part Two. Perspectives on the HRI and Needs Assessment

2. The United States as Humanitarian Actor
Larry Minear

3. A Tale of Two Indices: The Commitment to Development Index as a Model for the Humanitarian Response Index
David Roodman

4. Humanitarian Funding and Needs Assessment
John Cosgrave

5. New Approaches to Needs Assessment: Comprehensive and Rolling Diagnosis
François Grünewald

6. The Giving-Receiving Relationship: Inherently Unequal?
Mary B. Anderson

7. Tackling Ignorance and Neglect: Advocacy for a Broader Humanitarian Response in the Central African Republic
Toby Lanzer

Part Three. Crisis Reports

8. Afghanistan: A Security-Driven Agenda
Marta Marañón

9. Bangladesh: Prepared for New Disasters?
Philip Tamminga

10. Central African Republic: Adversity in a Silent Crisis
Silvia Hidalgo

11. Chad: Internal Power Struggles and Regional Humanitarian Crisis
Ricardo Solé-Arqués

12. Colombia: The Displaced and the Forgotten
Fernando Espada

13. Democratic Republic of the Congo: The Giant with Feet of Clay
Gilles Gasser

14. Nicaragua: Living in the Eye of the Storm
Silvia Hidalgo

15. Occupied Palestinian Territories: A Political Crisis with Humanitarian Consequences
Ricardo Solé-Arqués

16. Earthquake in Peru: Realities and Myths
Riccardo Polastro

17. Sri Lanka: A Forgotten Complex Emergency – Back to War Again
Riccardo Polastro

18. Sudan: A Tragedy of Epic Proportions
Judith Herrera

Part Four. Donor Profiles

19. Donor profiles
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Keywords: Social Sciences, Development Policy, International Business, Development Economics, International Economics, Sociology, general

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2009
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
303 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230584617
Printed ISBN
978-0-230-22196-3

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