Review of Good Humanitarian Donorship domestic strategies

Research reports and studies
June 2005
Adele Harmer and Abby Stoddard

This is a brief review of the Good Humanitarian Donorship (GHD)domestic strategies. In order to advance the goals of the Good Humanitarian Donorship initiative, donor governments agreed to develop domestic strategies for ensuring the implementation of the GHD Principles and Good Practice. The current Chair of GHD, the Government of Canada, requested a brief external review of the available strategies, focusing on areas of complementarity between them, identification of possible gaps, timeframes for delivery, and whether and how these strategies bring donors closer to the goals of GHD.

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