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In this fascinating research, Jean Émile Mba examines the evolution of humanitarian interventions in Cameroon since 2013, highlighting a significant change in the approach to project evaluation. Traditionally dominated by international expertise, this evaluation has gradually been taken on by local experts, due to mobility restrictions caused by COVID-19 and previous security crises.

The article analyses how this transition has reshaped the power dynamics between national and international experts, offering a new perspective on humanitarian interventions in a changing global context.

By shedding valuable light on the transformations taking place in the humanitarian field in Cameroon, the author stimulates constructive and vital reflections on collaboration and the redistribution of roles in humanitarian responses.

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