Creating specialized tools for the aid sector to mobilize actors & resources for a “zero carbon, zero poverty, zero exclusion” world

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Humanitarian Talks


This session will demonstrate, through cases studies, how collaboration and partnerships among diverse organisations and actors can break down silos and allow not only for a more effective and efficient delivery of humanitarian assistance but also facilitate the transition from humanitarian to development programming. At the center of the session is the notion of multi-actor partnerships and how such partnerships can a) strengthen the evidence based decision-making by humanitarian actors through efficient data collection, management and analysis in contexts of crisis; b) attract additional financial resources to improve the agility in humanitarian operations and c) mobilize ecosystems beyond the humanitarian sector to facilitate the humanitarian-development nexus.
ACTEDConvergenciesIMPACTZero Exclusion Carbon Poverty