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Humanitarian organizations regularly partner with the private sector on data and technology-related initiatives. Such public-private partnerships offer humanitarians access to areas of expertise that have the potential to improve response efficiency. For the private sector, humanitarian partnerships offer access to new markets and may contribute toward corporate social responsibility objectives, among other benefits. Alongside these expected benefits, however, these partnerships present a range of risks related to data management.
This guide details best practices for data resonsiblity in public-private partnerships, drawing on work in the humanitarian sector.
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