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More than the Money: Localisation in practice

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2017

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Groupe u.r.d, Urgence Réhabilitation Développement,Trócaire

Aid localisation is a collective process by the different stakeholders of the humanitarian system (donors, United Nations agencies, NGOs) which aims to return local actors (local authorities or civil society) to the centre of the humanitarian system with a greater, more central role. In addition to enabling a more effective and efficient humanitarian response, the long-term aim of localisation is to build the resilience of crisis-affected communities by establishing links with development activities.

This brief discusses the definition of localisation and the issues at stake for actors engaging in localisation.

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