Independent Review of the Scottish Government Humanitarian Emergency Fund
The Scottish Government Humanitarian Emergency Fund was established in 2017 to establish a £1 million humanitarian aid fund. This has been independently reviewed to assess impacts and possible improvements.
This independent review of the Scottish Government Humanitarian Emergency Fund (HEF) was undertaken from June to September 2019 and considered the period since the HEF’s establishment in spring 2017 to summer 2019. The review was based on a range of interviews with key stakeholders and sector experts, as well as desk review of HEF documentation and publications from leading agencies, thought leaders and think tanks working on humanitarian assistance.
Independent Review of The Scottish Government Humanitarian Emergency Fund, 60 page PDF, 578.1 kB
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