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German Humanitarian Aid Abroad - Summary

German humanitarian aid abroad offers multifaceted, successful and exemplary approaches in humanitarian crises and transition situations. At the same time the evaluation also points out that there is potential to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of German humanitarian work.

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