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What humanitarian financing models may look like in 20 years' time

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World Vision International ( and the Humanitarian Centre present a talk on the future of humanitarian financing models.

The Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) Task Team on Humanitarian Financing brings together a number of stakeholders from across the IASC membership who have an interest in humanitarian financing. The objective of the Task Team is to improve our ability to provide aid to those who most need it by reviewing the potential of the current funding architecture to respond to the evolving nature of humanitarian action.

In particular, the Task Team:

1. Supports coherence among multiple initiatives on humanitarian funding and strengthen financing mechanisms and related tools so that they are accessible to those able to use them effectively and rapidly in support of broader resource mobilization efforts

2. Explores models to maximize the current funding base and to secure additional, flexible and predictable funding streams for humanitarian organizations, including by identifying new partnerships

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