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AID POLICY: Staff security - “bunkerization” versus acceptance

Wednesday 13 April 2011

DAKAR 13 April 2011 (IRIN) - Hiring taxis instead of 4WDs, signing memos of understanding with local elites, and co-investing programmes with governments and locals, are some of the ways aid agencies have lowered risks to staff in highly insecure aid environments such as Sudan, Somalia and Afghanistan. These and other examples are detailed in a 12 April report by the UN Office for the Coordination for Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). [LINK] entitled To Stay and Deliver: Good practice for humanitarians in complex security environments.


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