The State of the Humanitarian System 2022 looks at the period from January 2018 to December 2021, as well as drawing comparisons with previous editions to take a 15-year long view.
It assesses the size, shape and performance of the humanitarian system against key criteria over time. It is independent and based on evidence from frontline practitioners, crisis-affected populations, academics, policy-makers and donors.
It draws on a mixture of qualitative and quantitative data from primary and secondary sources, including evaluation syntheses, quantitative reviews, surveys, interviews and focus group discussions, and longitudinal analysis of the organizations’ unique 12-year dataset. Feedback and research outputs from affected populations form a significant part of the report.