Regional and local contexts, security situations, humanitarian emergencies, displacements and migrations, and relation and cooperation among the stakeholders. Lack of data and information about situation on the ground, particularly specific situation and needs of the target groups and their families. Global financial crises, shortage of funds, financial challenges to address urgent needs, and price increment and raising cost of goods, and delay in transfers of allocated fund. Shortage of work materials and facilities necessary to deliver humanitarian projects, logistic and communication problems at field and local levels. Staff and partners capacity to plan and facilitate / coordinate local activities, share information, submit required physical and financial plans and reports, and support documents required for emergency response. Lack of skilled human resources and staff turnover due to workload, hardship, lack of competitive payment!