Localising the humanitarian response in Ukraine would improve the sustainability and reach of the overall response.
Delivering on the localization of humanitarian aid in Ukraine will be essential to significantly improving the response.
Six urgent priorities from the National Conference on Localization in Kyiv to strengthen localization efforts in Ukraine.
Romania needs to pivot to a longer term response amid the Ukraine crisis. Devon Cone shares her recommendations for a way forward.
Ukrainians need greater control over international aid flowing into their country. Leaving them out severely undercuts the effectiveness of the aid effort.
Refugees International co-convened a national workshop in Kyiv on localizing humanitarian aid in Ukraine.
Localizing the humanitarian aid response in Ukraine is not just the smart thing to do—but done well, it could help inform more effective delivery of aid globally.
Refugees International celebrates extraordinary leaders from Ukraine.
The refugee response in Romania and Moldova must shift from emergency operations to a more sustainable approach.
Leaders of Ukrainian local organizations share the risks and missed opportunities of an internationalized humanitarian response in Ukraine.