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Fragile and Conflict-Affected Situations
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This issue presents a customized risk management framework to enhance ADB's effectiveness in fragile and conflict-affected situations.
This publication focuses on state building and institutional strengthening framework which will help enhance ADB’s effectiveness in fragile and conflict-affected situations.
This publication provides steps on how to understand the local context of a fragile country and how to come up with practical knowledge that could feed into development strategies, programs, and projects.
This publication discusses about fragility index as an indicator to gauge the level, degree, and trend of fragility at a country level. It is needed as a basis for allocating limited resources and as a guide for a differentiated approach toward engagement in countries with fragile and conflict-affected situations.
This paper discusses how land acquisition and resettlement in Afghanistan during road infrastructure planning, design, and implementation can be improved.
Participants to the Forum agreed on four steps to support states in Asia and the Pacific as they build resilience to fragility and conflict.
This note summarizes the complex story of exclusion and the recommendations for action that emerge from the ADB–Australian Aid Forum on Building Resilience to Fragility in Asia and the Pacific in Manila on 6-7 June 2013, the recent literature, and the latest international discussions.
This fragility assessment aims to determine how vulnerable communities in Papua New Guinea can be assisted and empowered to improve their quality of life.
This operational plan identifies a number of actions to mainstream fragility- and conflict-sensitive approaches in Asian Development Bank's (ADB) country strategies and operations to achieve its overall goal of improved development progress and strengthened institutions in developing member countries experiencing fragility and the effects of conflict.
This fragility assessment documents how women have contributed to Nepal's economic upliftment and social reconciliation through a number of civil society organizations and development projects, in particular ADB-supported projects.