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This session discusses a new “humanitarian narrative” in which humanitarian aid is framed as an investment and a common good. This narrative is framed by the ever-growing gap between resources for humanitarian assistance and humanitarian needs. . How new sources of funding (i.e. development and climate funding) can be mobilized will be discussed. In this context, the session will also debate how to get more concrete commitment from aid organizations to provide assistance in a more efficient and effective manner, working together much stronger and distributing tasks more systematically in line with their core strengths. Finally, the session will seek the support of minimum benchmarks for national humanitarian budgets with the objective of additional and more balanced humanitarian funding.

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