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Chris Mahony, Jim Brumby, Huong Thi Lan Tran |

“We have to recognize that there cannot be relationships unless there is commitment, unless there is loyalty, unless there is love, patience, persistence.”

Chris Mahony, Barry Maher, Zewditu Haile |

The specific socio-economic conditions and needs of refugee returnees is a major policy concern requiring a robust policy response. Our study looked at the living conditions of the large Afghan…

Nandini Krishnan, Christina Wieser |

By better understanding the evolution of the relationship between host and refugee communities in Ethiopia, the World Bank hopes that it can support hosting governments in enabling these groups to…

Varalakshmi Vemuru, Aditya Sarkar, Andrea Woodhouse |

COVID-19 is putting new pressure on economies with weak public services and low capacity to respond. In countries impacted by fragility, conflict and violence, the impact is amplified. Socially…

Louise Cord, Franck Bousquet |

Preventing water-related conflicts can save lives and is good for the economy. Clarity about programming and measuring impact is needed to unlock more investment in conflict prevention and to do…

Joyce Kortlandt, Julia Karlysheva, Mara Tignino, Caroline Pellaton |

The coronavirus pandemic has exposed and exacerbated many existing social inequalities the world over. Gender inequality -- layered along with the effects of the pandemic, lockdowns and the…

Caren Grown, Franck Bousquet |

Faced with the COVID-19 crisis, we now estimate now that an additional 10 million people in fragile and conflict-affected settings will be pushed into extreme poverty just in 2020.

Franck Bousquet |

Gender-based violence during conflict varies in terms of prevalence and perpetrator, but women and girls bear the brunt. In addition to the existing hardships they face during peacetime, during…

Uche Ekhator-Mobayode |

Fragility and conflict reverse hard-won development gains and stunt opportunities for children, youth, and the poorest people. In the process, they deeply weaken health systems, leaving societies…

Franck Bousquet, Oscar Fernández-Taranco |