Emergencies and conflict

Emergency aid supplied by CAFOD's partner Caritas

Emergency aid supplied by CAFOD's partner Caritas

Our Humanitarian Policy work focuses on specific countries and emergencies, advocating to governments and other international bodies to ensure that humanitarian assistance reaches those in need. Our work also aims to achieve change within the Humanitarian System to enable more effective, efficient and locally-led humanitarian response.

Key areas of our Humanitarian Policy work cover:

Featured CAFOD Humanitarian Policy reports

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  • Seven Steps to Saving Lives and Assisting People in Nigeria and Lake Chad Basin - Statement by Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) Seven Steps to Saving Lives and Assisting People in Nigeria and Lake Chad Basin - Statement by Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) (300kb, pdf)
    CAFOD and others

    On 23 and 24 February 2017 the international community convened in Oslo, Norway to discuss how to address the humanitarian crisis in North East Nigeria and the Lake Chad Basin. This statement from CAFOD and other concerned non-governmental organisations welcomes this initiative and suggests seven steps needed to save more lives and assist people in Nigeria and Lake Chad Basin.

  • A safe haven? A safe haven? (2mb, pdf)

    CAFOD has contributed to this report on Britain’s role in protecting refugees.

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