North-east Nigeria

Case Study

Jon Edwards

April 2017

Abstract

This case study examines the humanitarian response to the conflict-related crisis in the North-East of Nigeria, focusing primarily on the period from 2015 to the end of 2016.  The aim is test the central hypotheses of the Emergency Gap project: that the current structure, conceptual underpinning and prevalent mindset of the international humanitarian system limits its capacity to be effective in response to conflict-related emergencies.

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OLOO CHARLES
Interest in Emergency gap
OLOO CHARLES
Interest in Emergency gap

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