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Past humanitarian reform agendas have emphasised the need for emergency responses to be locally owned. But more than one year on from the outbreak of COVID-19, humanitarians have seen a pivot back to habitual practices. Attempts to elevate the participation and power of local actors have fallen short and donors still channel their funding through large agencies. There is no unified approach to accountability, coordination, financing and leadership.
It’s time to reset commitments to humanitarian reform, and to challenge the power structures that underline it for systemic change towards a…