Views from the Ground: Perspectives on localization in the Horn of Africa

During the last years, localization has become a central part of the work and discourse in the humanitarian sector. However, there has been little empirical research on the most effective forms of localization, and even fewer studies have focused on the experiences of local organizations. In order to fill this gap, this project seeks to understand more deeply the multiple factors that can enable or hinder local actors from providing a high-quality, principled and effective response.

This report explores localization processes in three countries in the Horn of Africa, namely Kenya, Somalia, and South Sudan.

Published 2020-03-18

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Publication year
2019
Format
pdf, 33 p.
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© 2019 Tufts University
Region
East Africa

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Publication year
2019
Format
pdf, 33 p.
Rights
© 2019 Tufts University
Region
East Africa