Holding aid accountable: Plural humanitarianism in protracted crisis
The Aid Account study conducted in partnership with the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO) aims to map, document, and analyze the moral and social dimensions of accountability as understood and practiced by civic and professional humanitarian aid providers. The project uses the case-study method and complementary qualitative methods, including participatory mapping, document analysis, semi-structured interviews and focus group discussions. They will be used to study the normative, institutional and experiential dimensions of accountability conceptualizations and practices among displaced and returned communities in the North and North Western parts of the country. By developing knowledge, the project hopes to support the efforts of professional humanitarian actors to improve localization and thus increase the efficiency of aid delivery.