Missing pieces? Assessing the impact of humanitarian reform in Pakistan
Published: Oct 01, 2009
The displacement of more than three million people in Pakistan has triggered one of the biggest emergency responses of the year. Four years after the launch of the UN-led humanitarian reform process, national and international response capacities appear to have improved on some fronts—but on the whole, humanitarian assistance still falls far short of being adequate, timely, impartial and appropriate.