Supporting longer term development in crises at the nexus: Lessons from Somalia
This Somalia country report is the second 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.Downloads
This report examines how humanitarian, development and peace actors operate in Somalia and their role in addressing the longer term needs, risks and vulnerabilities of crisis-affected populations.Read the executive summary
Humanitarian and development actors have a joint responsibility for preventing, managing and recovering from crises. However, they often approach crises with different priorities, objectives, policies and programmatic methods.Read chapter one
This overview sets out the current context in Somalia. It examines the complex and protracted state of crisis, the financing landscape, targeting of ODA and the response to Covid-19.Read chapter two
Strategy and partnerships
Read about how humanitarian, development and peace actors are working with government to develop strategies and build partnerships in response to the crises in Somalia.Read chapter three
Coordination, prioritisation and planning
Read about how coordination mechanisms at federal government and member state levels could be better aligned and strengthened, and greater complementarity achieved between nexus actors.Read chapter four
Detail on the programming approaches and models used by development actors to address vulnerability and risk and build resilience, peace and recovery in Somalia.Read chapter five
Learn about financing mechanisms being used to increase coordination, flexibility and alignment among nexus actors, and support longer term resilience and recovery activities in Somalia.Read chapter six
Conclusion and recommendations
Read our recommendations for strengthening the effectiveness of the humanitarian−development−peace nexus in Somalia in addressing risk and vulnerabilities, and building resilience and peace.Read chapter seven
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