by Sophia Swithern, Charlotte Latimer, Deepak Sardiwal et al.
Development Initiatives, 2014
This report answers questions about the way that the world finances response to crisis and vulnerability: How much humanitarian assistance is there? Is it enough? Who provides it? Where does it go? How does it get there? It also highlights other resources that are important to people in crises, such as domestic government spending, remittances, foreign direct investment, official development assistance, and risk and climate financing. Transparent and reliable information, as provided by the Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2014, is essential for all those working to address humanitarian crisis and vulnerability.