A collective AAP approach will succeed, or fail, depending on:
- The level and quality of the support from the response leadership;
- Where AAP sits within the coordination architecture and how inclusive that architecture is of affected communities, local organisations and local leadership;
- The range of common services that operational partners can provide and scale, as needed;
- Access to quality financing.
CONTEXT MATTERS: A collective AAP approach must recognise and build upon existing structures, and it must be adapted to meet the needs of communities as expressed in specific the response.
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