Bridging the gap between emergency humanitarian aid and long-term development aid is essential to help people survive disasters and get back on the path to self-reliance and dignity
By Michel Gabaudan, president of Refugees International
The global aid community has grown tremendously since the early days of humanitarian and development assistance. Our understanding of how aid works has also grown more sophisticated. One of the lessons we have learned is that aid must change as needs change.
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