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The effectiveness of aid in the face of repeated mass atrocities
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The final chapter puts the spotlight on some of the problems humanitarian workers had to tackle in the situations described above. It’s focusing on three issues that all humanitarian workers working in places where mass violence was being committed were forced to address:

How to comprehend, in the midst of an emergency, the political and social dynamics unique to each situation of extreme violence?

How to avoid falling victim to or becoming accomplices of criminal forces?

How to remain effective in such situations?

Humanitarian relief operations in this region had been the topic of evaluations that had led to debates and reforms at the international level.

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