Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Donor earmarking of WFP funds makes it more difficult to reach forgotten crises

Increased donor earmarking of funds to WFP makes it more difficult for the world’s largest humanitarian agency to respond rapidly to crises that are outside the limelight of global politics. Funds that WFP can use freely have dropped from 12 to 6 per cent of its total budget over the last seven years.  

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