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Donneurs et acteurs de terrain : une étude quantitative de la délégation et de la fragmentation de l'aide humanitaire

Abstract : The share of humanitarian aid in total aid is increasing. However, little is known about the actors involved. This paper documents aid fragmentation at two levels: donors and implementing agencies (IAs). Delegation to IAs may reduce the negative effects of aid fragmentation. Using three case studies, we discuss the link between fragmentation, delegation, and aid effectiveness, as well as the costs and benefits of delegation and fragmentation.
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Nathalie Ferrière. Donneurs et acteurs de terrain : une étude quantitative de la délégation et de la fragmentation de l'aide humanitaire. Mondes en Développement, De Boeck, 2021, 195 (3), pp.109-128. ⟨10.3917/med.195.0109⟩. ⟨hal-03384872⟩

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