Conflict and Fragility
With extreme poverty being increasingly linked to conflict and fragility, there is an urgent need to understand what makes households and communities more resilient to shocks in these complex conflict settings.
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The Russian-Ukraine Conflict and Its Food Security Implications in Northwest Syria
22 Jul 2022 - Mercy Corps
On February 24, 2022, Russian troops entered Ukraine, targeting civilian infrastructure, hospitals and food supply chains. The continuing devastation and conflict have shocked the world while after-effects are being...
Breaking the Cycle of Despair: President Clinton's Initiative on the Horn of Africa
20 Jul 2022 - Report of the U.S. President's Representative
This report makes the case for building resilience in the Horn by addressing root causes of food insecurity within an integrated framework, where relief efforts can become a flexible, creative instrument for...
Don't Leave them Behind: Global Food Policies Continue to Fail Women
11 Jul 2022 - CARE USA
The gender gap is growing. Hunger is growing. Global solutions are not keeping pace with the magnitude of the problem because they continue to overlook the importance of gender equality.
Cities at the Forefront of Conflict and Climate Migration
29 Jun 2022 - International Rescue Committee
Mitigating the risks of conflict over urban land and water in fragile contexts