Donors at the triple nexus: lessons from the United Kingdom
To address the impact of crisis on poverty, risk and vulnerability and ensure that ‘no one is left behind’, building synergies between short-term humanitarian assistance and longer-term development and peacebuilding approaches is vital.Read Online Downloads
To address the impact of crisis on poverty, risk and vulnerability and ensure that ‘no one is left behind’, building synergies between short-term humanitarian assistance and longer-term development and peacebuilding…Read the executive summary Download data for the executive summary XLSX 357.9kB
Working across the ‘triple nexus’ (humanitarian, development and peace: see box 1) to build synergies between short-term humanitarian assistance and longer-term development and peacebuilding approaches is crucial for addressing the…Read chapter one Download data for chapter one XLSX 357.9kB
UK policy and strategic planning
The UK 2015 Aid Strategy shifted the agenda towards a focus on conflict and stability and established a strategic framework for action in fragile states.Read chapter two Download data for chapter two XLSX 357.9kB
The programme cycle and the nexus
To realise work on the nexus, risk, resilience and peace must be embedded into all aspects of the programming cycle – from joined-up assessments to joined-up results. This process is…Read chapter three Download data for chapter three XLSX 357.9kB
Organisational structures and systems
Lessons: DFID’s decentralised structure provides a strong foundation for working practically on the nexus. To realise the potential this offers, it will be important to build coherence between the centre…Read chapter four Download data for chapter four XLSX 357.9kB
AcknowledgementsRead appendix one
AcronymsRead appendix two
IntervieweesRead appendix three
BibliographyRead appendix four
The flow of UK aidRead appendix five
UK aid for countries in protracted crisisRead appendix six
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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.
Key questions and considerations for donors at the triple nexus: lessons from UK and Sweden
Reducing the incidences, severity and impacts of crises demands a concerted, multi-faceted approach. This report synthesises DI’s research into how the UK and Sweden work at the ‘nexus’ between emergency response and longer-term approaches, drawing out observations, notable practices, and key questions and considerations for all donors.
Donors at the triple nexus: Lessons from Sweden
The humanitarian-development-peacebuilding nexus is at the fore of the policy agenda, but many donors are yet to put the approach into practice. This report focuses on how Sweden puts the triple nexus into practice, with a view to sharing emerging learnings and informing global dialogue on this issue.