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Currently endorsed definitions of accountability to affected people continue to reinforce and be reflective of realities in which  humanitarian organisations and donors hold power over crisis affected people...

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Warmest wishes from all of us at Start Network, Christina Bennett, CEO and Suzanne Lyne, CFOO.

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As Western donors and international non-governmental organisations (INGOs), we most often have disproportionate power in relation to local and national organisations.

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Acutely sensitive to global warming, the Horn of Africa is one of the most drought-prone regions in the world. Following four consecutive failed rainy seasons, Ethiopia, Kenya, and Somalia are facing the most prolonged drought in recent history.

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“I filled out a voucher form to indicate what I need to survive low temperatures. I expressed my family's need for blankets, sweaters, thermos, rice, salt, oil, lentils, and sugar. A few days later, I got a call to collect the items that I choose.…

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World Oceans Day 2022 calls for individuals, civil society, governments, institutions and the international community to collectively work to revitalise our oceans, which are home to most of the world’s biodiversity and are predicted to be a source…