Development actors at the nexus: Lessons from crises in Bangladesh, Cameroon and Somalia
This synthesis report summarises learnings from studies in Cameroon, Somalia and Bangladesh about operationalising the HDP nexus for longer term resilience in crisis settings.Downloads
This report explores how to operationalise the humanitarian−development−peace (HDP) nexus based on findings from country studies carried out in Bangladesh, Cameroon and Somalia.Read the executive summary
An introduction about the role of development cooperation in addressing protracted humanitarian crises and operationalising the Humanitarian-Development-Peace (HDP) nexus.Read chapter one
This chapter explores partnerships between development and humanitarian actors and the impact this has on their ability to support crisis-affected populations.Read chapter two
Coordination, prioritisation and planning
Investigate the existing coordination mechanisms for bringing HDP actors together and read the key findings on effective coordination, prioritisation and planning across the HDP nexus.Read chapter three
Read our findings about how effective development programming can lay the foundation for long-term development and recovery during a crisis, support resilience and sustain peace.Read chapter four
This chapter explores how development financing mechanisms reach vulnerable crisis-affected populations and presents findings about how they can operate more effectively in crises.Read chapter five
Read our findings about how effective organisational decision-making structures, staffing models and operational guidance can support the longer term recovery of crisis-affected people.Read chapter six
Development cooperation partnerships and ways of workingRead appendix one
Shifts in development policy in fragile and conflict-affected settingsRead appendix two
ReferencesRead appendix three
GlossaryRead appendix four
AcknowledgementsRead appendix five
LicenceRead appendix six
Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2021
The Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2021 provides detailed analysis of the crisis financing landscape. Development Initiatives found that humanitarian funding failed to grow despite the Covid-19 pandemic.
How can development actors meet longer term needs in crises?
This briefing sets out our research on the humanitarian–development–peace nexus, and how actors can meet livelihood, recovery and development needs of vulnerable people in crises like Covid-19.
Supporting longer term development in crises at the nexus: Lessons from Bangladesh
This Bangladesh country report is the third in a series examining the role of development actors in addressing people’s longer term needs, risks and vulnerabilities, and supporting operationalisation of the humanitarian–development–peace (HDP) nexus.