Markets in Crises: The Implications for Humanitarian Action

Mar 9, 2017 | by ODI, Humanitarian Policy Group

This report collates findings across three case studies on what actually happens to the institutions around markets during and after crises, including the floods in Pakistan in 2010, conflict in northern Mali from 2012 and acute conflict in South Sudan in 2014.

Tags: assessment, cash, credit, crisis, disaster, disaster risk reduction, emergency, fragile and conflict-affected environments/settings, humanitarian, livelihoods, market analysis, market chain, private sector, tools, traders, voucher

Categories: Resources: Markets in Crisis