Working with people and communities in urban humanitarian crises- ALNAP
This Working Paper explores the topic of working with urban populations and communities. It draws on practical challenges and approaches in relation to targeting and communication with urban populations, and in the mobilisation of urban communities. The paper was informed by a literature review, as well as ALNAP’s ongoing urban webinar series and Community of Practice discussions, which have consistently raised these issues over the past few years.
 

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