Exchanging more money for increased accountability falls squarely in the U.K.'s interests, but by limiting the summit's grand bargain to the humanitarian system's biggest players, will the U.K. be able to risk investing in local capacity?

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  • Molly Anders

    Molly Anders is a former U.K. correspondent for Devex. Based in London, she reports on development finance trends with a focus on British and European institutions. She is especially interested in evidence-based development and women’s economic empowerment, as well as innovative financing for the protection of migrants and refugees. Molly is a former Fulbright Scholar and studied Arabic in Syria, Jordan, Egypt and Morocco.