Beneficiary Communities’ Determination Of Accountability Practices In Humanitarian Organizations
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Beneficiary Communities’ Determination Of Accountability Practices In Humanitarian Organizations
This study focused on exploring, analyzing and documenting the accountability practices of humanitarian organizations. The study targeted the multiple players and power relations within the entire Humanitarian Assistance Flow Chain (HAFC) right from the donor agencies down to the communities in need. The specific objective was to establish beneficiary communities’ determination of accountability practices in Humanitarian Organizations (HO). The study design was systematic random sampling targeting humanitarian assistance beneficiary communities. Data was collected through focus group discussions (FGDs). The data collected was coded in the Statistical Products and Service SolutionDownloadViews: 28

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