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Securing Access: Maintaining Presence and Proximity in Insecure Settings

Securing Access: Maintaining Presence and Proximity in Insecure Settings

In this episode, we build upon the preliminary findings of the "Securing Access in Volatile Environments" research project of Humanitarian Outcomes and the Global Public Policy Institute, which has been researching the ways in which organisations gain and maintain humanitarian access and sustained proximity to vulnerable populations in highly insecure environments, namely in Afghanistan, Somalia, South Sudan, and Syria. Experts discuss lessons for retaining access while ensuring the delivery of quality aid in insecure locations. Commentators: John Caccavale, Research Associate, Humanitarian Outcomes; Will Carter, Senior Researcher, Humanitarian Outcomes; Katherine Haver, Partner, Humanitarian Outcomes; Shaun Hughes, Head of Programme at United Nations World Food Programme, South Sudan; Andre Heller Perrache, Head of Programs, MSF UK; Abby Stoddard, Partner, Humanitarian Outcomes; Rehan Zahid, Policy Officer, WFP; Steve Zyck, Independent Researcher/Consultant.

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