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Typology of engagement of the international humanitarian system with the state

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Typology of engagement of the international humanitarian system with the state

  1. 1. State capacity for humanitarian response State willingness to respond to humanitarian crisis Unable Able Willing Unwilling International support can be poorly received; challenge of ensuring international actors do not overlook national capacity. International actors keen to engage but the state may be reticent; can lead to disagreements with the state. International support is generally not requested by the state or required. International humanitarian system may advocate for the state to respond or may push to engage directly; likely to result in disagreement with state. Typology of engagement of the International Humanitarian System with the state (Andy Featherstone, March 2014)

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