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Recent Publications

Institutionalising resilience in development programming

Institutionalising resilience in development programming

Briefing papers, December 2014
Elizabeth Carabine, Maggie Ibrahim, Richard Rumsey
It is widely recognised across the humanitarian and development community that we cannot allow people to suffer through repeated crises. World Vision has been embedding disaster risk reduction (DRR) and, more recently, resilience-building into its development and humanitarian practice to safeguard livelihoods as well as lives.
Pathways to progress: a multi-level approach to strengthening health systems

Pathways to progress: a multi-level approach to strengthening health systems

Research reports and studies, December 2014
Fiona Samuels, Ana B. Amaya, Romina Rodríguez Pose and Dina Balabanova
This report comprises the findings of our health case studies released earlier this year, drawing out lessons for health policy-makers and implementers who are grappling with the challenges of strengthening health systems in low-resource settings. It is also of relevance to the post-2014 agenda, advancing workable solutions based on country experience.
Private climate finance in Sub-Saharan Africa: mapping incentives and investment

Private climate finance in Sub-Saharan Africa: mapping incentives and investment

Working and discussion papers, 412, December 2014
This paper seeks to advance our understanding of the role that the private sector can and is playing in investing in solutions to climate change in Sub-Saharan Africa, through more detailed sector level reviews of public and private, domestic and international investment. While we find fewer trade-offs between equitable growth and low-carbon growth, there are still politically tough choices about which development pathways we can rely upon to achieve lasting poverty reduction.

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