Annual Report 2021 – 2022

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Date published
05 Sep 2022
Plans, policy and strategy

In many ways, 2021–2022 has been a year of disruption. The protracted effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have exacerbated vulnerabilities and inequalities, the impacts of climate change are becoming increasingly severe, and the Russian invasion of Ukraine has led to the triggering of a global food crisis. As demands and disruption have increased over the past year, ALNAP has flexed to adapt to new crises while supporting our members to take stock after an exceptionally testing period.

This Annual Report shows a busy agenda of activity and engagement with our members, including a welcome, albeit tentative, return to in-person events alongside our many online outputs. ALNAP’s activities during the 2021–2022 financial year were structured around the Secretariat’s four strategic focus areas:

  1. Improving the quality and accessibility of humanitarian evidence
  2. Monitoring the performance of the humanitarian system
  3. Addressing key evidential gaps
  4. Supporting system-wide learning