International Organisations should always take quick actions because most of the interviews have been made and no improvement happens in their lives​

Community Member, South Sudan​

The Humanitarian Economy

The Humanitarian Economy

Since 2015, L2GP has undertaken in-depth research and analysis of funding flows through the international humanitarian system with a particular focus on how much – or how little is available for local and national humanitarian actors.

This research grew from the Grand Bargain commitments to giving 25% of humanitarian funding directly to local or national actors. Through this research L2GP tracks progress made towards this goal and restoring power local and national responders to crisis.

country-specific reports tracking humanitarian funding flows.

an update on progress towards the local actor funding target from 2019.

Co-published with IRIN, July 2015. [external link]

Imogen Wall, with support from Kerren Hedlund