Places affected by fragility and conflict perform consistently worse against a range of development indicators compared to their more stable counterparts. Yet, it is in these contexts that data are most limited, that evidence is of the poorest quality, and that programming and policy making tend to be least informed.
In an effort to generate better understanding and to identify useful lessons and findings for researchers and decision makers working on and in fragile and conflicted-affected situations, this review synthesises and assesses the available evidence on social protection and basic services (health, education and water) in fragile and conflict-affected situations.
- Conflict and security
- Programming in transitional contexts
- Programming in fragile states
- Livelihoods in conflict
- Protection and livelihoods
- Coherence between aid and politics
- Aid to fragile states
- Civilian security and protection
- Fragile states
- Poverty and development in fragile states
- The politics of conflict and fragility
- Social protection
- Service delivery
- Research and analytical work