by Ashley Jackson and Steven A. Zyck
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), and the Jindal School of International Affairs (JSIA), 2017
The report shows that humanitarian community continues to grapple with the problem of its ability to stay and deliver effectively and responsibly in highly insecure environments. Progress has been made in a number of areas. Humanitarian leaders consistently talk of their commitment to staying and delivering where at all feasible, and we have seen notable instances where UN agencies, NGOs, and others have stayed and delivered at great risk. Yet despite these improvements, this study also broadly finds that not enough has changed, particularly at the field level, since the publication of “To Stay and Deliver” in 2011.