Revaluating what “good” looks like in volatile and uncertain situations to promote more informed risk-taking.
Country platforms can enhance development cooperation in the hardest places. For governments and partners embracing collaborative, risk-informed and adaptive ways of working, these platforms offer a more effective ecosystem for collective action.
With fragility and conflict on the rise, the World Bank’s Fragility Forum offers a vital opportunity to reflect on what we have learned, and not learned, about what works to achieve development effectiveness in fragile situations.
There is increasing evidence that the negative impact of climate change on natural resource access can drive conflict. Effective natural resource management is crucial to building resilience and reducing fragility.
Fragile and conflict-affected countries face a daunting reality of critical spending needs and heightened exposure to shocks. International support can help relieve debt distress by enhancing fiscal management.