Translating rhetoric into action
This report first looks at the causes and challenges that help explain
the marginalisation faced by local actors, in particular by bringing
forward their perceptions. The second part highlights existing good
practices and proposes specific actions to strengthen the role of local
actors and potentially local humanitarian leadership (LHL) in the
response in Burkina Faso.
This study suggests ways of developing a response led by local humanitarian actors that is more appropriate to needs, faster, more sustainable, more relevant, and finally responsive to the changing reality dictated by an increased violence, while keeping people at the centre.