Humanitarian Practice Network (HPN)
1994, as Relief and Rehabilitation Network (RRN), following recommendations, 1993, of research undertaken by G-XG5056 - Overseas Development Institute (ODI) on the changing role of NGOs in relief and rehabilitation operations and consultation with other ODI networks. Now an independent network operating within Humanitarian Policy Group of ODI. Current name adopted 2000.
Stimulate critical analysis, advance professional learning and development, and improve practice on the part of those engaged in and around humanitarian action and assistance; improve aid policy and practice as applied in complex political emergencies; commission, publish and disseminate analysis and reflection on issues of good practice in policy and programming of humanitarian operations.
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