Consultation with and participation by beneficiaries and affected populations in the process of planning, managing, monitoring and evaluating humanitarian action: the case of Guinea.

Research reports and studies
May 2004
Mamadou Bobo Diallo, Francois Grunewald, Anna Lear

The ALNAP Global Study responds to a growing consensus that the consultation and participation of disaster-affected populations during the planning, monitoring and evaluation of humanitarian action, is critical to the accountability and performance of the humanitarian sector. The Global Study seeks to test this hypothesis and to investigate current policy and field practice through six case studies. This study examines humanitarian practice in Guinea, as a country at the heart of a region that has experienced a complex succession of conflict-related displacement, focussing on all major refugee camps in Guinee Forestiere, and some surrounding villages.

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