Mozambique: A case study in the role of the affected state in humanitarian action

Working and discussion papers
September 2007
Conor Foley

This case study examines the role of the affected state in humanitarian action with a focus on Mozambique. It provides a brief overview of the 2007 disaster itself and places this within
the context of Mozambique’s recent history; looks at some of the institutional arrangements that have been developed for dealing with emergencies, by both national and international actors in
Mozambique; and discusses how these actually worked in practice in the most recent case.

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