How can Development Actors meet Longer Term Needs in Crises?

Reducing poverty and improving equity
Posted Jan 09, 2021 | Development Initiatives

The links between poverty, vulnerability and crises are likely to strengthen in future. By 2030, a larger proportion of the world’s poorest people will reside in fragile countries and those experiencing protracted crises. This paper by Development Initiatives considers six core themes and defines evidence gaps that must be filled to enable development actors to support longer term recovery in livelihoods, and development of crisis-affected populations, including effective responses to COVID-19. The evidence aims to inform national and global development policy and support effective programming to meet the needs of crisis-affected populations.


https://www.devinit.org/documents/879/How_can_development_actors_meet_longer_term_needs_in_crises.pdf

 

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