WHY INDONESIA’S RULES ON FOREIGN TSUNAMI RELIEF ARE RATTLING THE AID SECTOR

16 October 2018

Indonesian government restrictions on foreign aid workers in disaster-hit Sulawesi are forcing some humanitarian groups to rethink their response plans – and spurring a larger debate about how the aid sector prepares for crises around the world. Read more from IRIN.

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