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  • Climate resilience and financial services

    Working and discussion papers | February 2016 | Anna Haworth, Camille Frandon-Martinez, Virginie Fayolle and Catherine Simonet
    This BRACED working paper provides a high-level overview of the context and structure of the financial services sector in three BRACED countries; Ethiopia, Mali and Myanmar.
  • Gender and resilience: from theory to practice

    Working and discussion papers | January 2016 | Virginie Le Masson, Maggie Opondo, Ubah Abdi, Patricia Nangiro, Melanie Hilton, Yee Mon Maung, Sophie Rigg, Emma Lovell and Florence Pichon
    This BRACED working paper reflects on what progress has been made to link gender equality and resilience in development projects.
  • Climate extremes and resilient poverty reduction

    Research reports and studies | December 2015 | Emily Wilkinson, Katie Peters, Thomas Tanner, Catherine Simonet, Florence Pichon, Roop Kamal Singh, Erin Coughlan de Perez, Janot Mendler de Suarez, Blane Harvey, Amy Kirbyshire, Robert Muir-Wood
    This report explores the relationship between climate change and poverty, focusing on climate extreme disasters.
  • Climate information and services in BRACED countries

    Research reports and studies | December 2015 | Emily Wilkinson, Mirianna Budimir, Atiq Kainan Ahmed and Gilbert Ouma
    Access to sound climate information is vital for anticipating climate-related risks and adapting to climate change. As such, it is recognised as an essential input to BRACED projects to guide programming.
  • What happens to markets in crises?

    Public event | 13 November 2015 14:00 - 15:30 GMT+00
    This event looks at markets in crises and how humanitarians work with the private sector, drawing on research in Pakistan, Mali and South Sudan. 
  • Markets in crises: the conflict in Mali

    Working and discussion papers | November 2015 | Veronique Barbelet with Marthe Diallo Goita
    Looking at the impact of conflict on markets in northern Mali, this paper argues for a more sophisticated and holistic approach to humanitarian market analysis.