The Contribution of Various Actors Towards Localization of Humanitarian and Development Action in Rwanda

Although the significance of local response in humanitarian action and the principle of local ownership as a best practice has been recognized for a while, the localization agenda has gained momentum since the World Humanitarian Summit of 2016 when several international humanitarian actors and donors signed the Grand Bargain and, subsequently, related initiatives as the Charter for Change (C4 C).

This study was commissioned to document the contribution of different actors toward the implementation of the Grand Bargain commitments in Rwanda. The qualitative research provides insights on existent partnership models between local and international actors, including good practices, challenges, and recommendations to progress the localization agenda in Rwanda.

Published 2020-09-22

Document Information

Publisher
Publication year
2020
Format
pdf, 8p.
Region
East Africa
Country
Rwanda

Document Information

Publisher
Publication year
2020
Format
pdf, 8p.
Region
East Africa
Country
Rwanda