IHSA is pleased to present its selection of humanitarian blog posts #44.
This week, we start the selection looking at how COVID-19 leads to additional hunger to some of the larger and key concerns of humanitarian system.
We look at promising blogs on current affairs: The first is a personal reflection on the on-going conflict in the Tigray region and our failure to define the scale of this humanitarian crisis, and the other includes a look at the heart wrenching conditions of Rohingya’s crisis as the coup unfolds.
Several blogs focus on sharing ideas to improving the humanitarian system in the long term. For example, a blog about embracing transparencies at charities, another on development finance for economy recovery in the Sub-Saharan region and an op-ed about the need for the Global North to start recognizing disaster displacement as an on-going issue that affects themselves.
Lastly, we included a forecast on the 10 crises to watch in 2021, enjoy the read!