Elizabeth Stites gives public lecture on remote management of humanitarian assistance
Elizabeth Stites gave a talk on remote management of humanitarian assistance at the Fletcher School on April 7th. The focus was on cross-border assistance delivered from Turkey into northern Syria. She discussed the challenges of international-local partnerships in these highly insecure environments. In particular, she detailed the trade-offs in regard to risk and access that must be made by national and international organizations and bilateral donors. She ended with recommendations for improving partnerships in such environments.
The report and the briefing papers can be found here.
Photo by: Isabel Hunter