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Building consensus for improved accountability and results: the SEEP Minimum Standards for Economic Recovery after Crisis

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The Minimum Standards for Economic Recovery after Crisis, is a joint effort of practitioners from over 20 international development and humanitarian agencies to promote accountability for the quality of economic programming in conflict- and disaster-affected environments. It also explores the increasing overlap between crisis response and economic development programming and why this necessitates consensus between the different communities that operate in these environments on what constitutes good practices.
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Keywords: ACCOUNTABILITY; BENCHMARKING; ECONOMIC RECOVERY; HUMANITARIAN PROGRAMMING; SPHERE PROJECT

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 March 2010

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