The shift from humanitarian response to long-term development in the post-Haiyan context requires a continued and sustained planning effort. Without it, gains will be lost and humanitarian needs will re-emerge on a larger scale in the Philippines, writes Kasper Engborg, head of the U.N. Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs in Tacloban.
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