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Issue 18 of Humanitarian Aid on the Move

The UN Secretary-General’s report on the World Humanitarian Summit was published during the UN General Assembly in September 2016. Following on from the previous issue of Humanitarian Aid on the Move, this issue continues to look at new ideas for the sector, based on the Summit’s main recommendations.

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Study on localisation for Trócaire – “More than the Money”


Trócaire has worked with local partners in humanitarian responses for many years. It wants to use its experience to establish ways to facilitate localisation. It has therefore asked Groupe URD to help it define the concept of “localisation”, assess the issues at stake and outline ways of improving this process.

Study of the environmental impact of forced migration


As part of a study funded by the Global Disaster Preparedness Center, Groupe URD will be conducting field visits to Lebanon and Cameroon, two countries faced with the mass arrival of refugees. This study will aim to understand and measure the environmental impact of forced migration.

Study of aid localisation in the response to the Syrian refugee crisis in Tripoli (Lebanon)


Groupe URD will begin a research project in December on the localisation of aid in the conurbation of Tripoli in Lebanon in the context of the response to the Syrian refugee crisis. This project is a product of our convention with Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes Region which has a long tradition of cooperation the municipality of Tripoli.

Looking back at a year of collaboration with the Préventique review


Groupe URD has written four articles for Préventique this year. This has given us the opportunity to promote our work and share our knowledge of contexts and the issues currently facing humanitarian aid.