Keyword Archives: HA2015 Country Study
In Nepal, the study’s four themes, and the perceptions of local communities related to them, come together in different ways than the other case studies.
This HA2015 study records the perceptions of both aid providers and aid recipients in the earthquake-affected areas of Pakistan and Pakistan-administered Kashmir.
This study contributes to the Humanitarian Agenda 2015 (HA2015) country paper series by examining the issues of universality, terrorism, coherence and security in relation to the humanitarian enterprise in Sri Lanka.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), formerly Zaire, is the second largest country in Africa and rich in gold, diamonds and minerals in the East of the country.
Iraq places the frailties and fault-lines of the humanitarian enterprise in stark relief.
This study of the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt) is part of Phase II of HA2015 which includes a larger set of case studies.
Sudan has been torn by conflict and political strife throughout its history. As a result of the various conflicts, the political and economic situation in different parts of Sudan is very different. Discussions with a group of international NGOs (INGOs) in Khartoum highlighted the fact that there was tension between human rights and local traditions, so INGOs have to be pragmatic.
The experience of Colombia sheds light on all four themes of the HA 2015 research.
Three of the four topics addressed by the Humanitarian Agenda 2015 research seem pertinent in the case of Burundi – coherence, security and, to a lesser extent, terrorism.
The HA2015 study examines the effects of four broad challenges on the humanitarian enterprise: universality, terrorism, coherence and security. Each of these has resonance in the context of northern Uganda.