Recommendations: How humanitarian response can strengthen resilience to violent conflict and end need
Protracted conflicts have contributed to the unprecedented levels of humanitarian needs that have increasingly overwhelmed the international system in the recent years.
In order for collaboration between international and local actors to achieve the desired effectiveness gains for humanitarian response, there must be a strategic orientation towards strengthening local capacities for resilience to violent conflicts.
To contribute to the development of concrete responses to this challenge, Interpeace initiated a project in 2015 together with local partners in three contexts, (Indigo, Côte d’Ivoire; Pole Institute, DRC; Mustakbalna, Palestine), funded by the government of Sweden.
In this document find the recommendations on how to learn how humanitarian response can strengthen resilience to violent conflict and end need.