Australia’s response to the Horn of Africa Humanitarian crisis, 2011 Evaluation Report

3 July 2014

This evaluation assesses the effectiveness of Australia’s response to the Horn of Africa Humanitarian crisis and identifies how to improve Australian humanitarian assistance to future slow-onset crises. It found that Australia’s response was in keeping with the magnitude of the crisis. Australia’s leadership role and the speed and flexibility of Australia’s response were notable strengths.

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A woman in a refugee camp
Volunteers from Somalia Red Crescent help newcomers set up a shelter in a camp for internally displaced people. Credit: Olav A Saltbones, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.