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Localizing the triple nexus : a policy research on the humanitarian, development, and peace nexus in nine contexts.

Material type: TextTextQuezon City : CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness Reality of AID - Asia Pacific, 2021Quezon City : Indigenous Peoples Movement for Self-Determination & Liberation, 2021Description: 254 pages ; 26 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Peace-building | Economic DevelopmentLOC classification: JZ 5538 | L63 2021Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Introduction: the triple nexus and the need for localization -- Centering Syria in the EU funding response to the Syrian crisis / Elle Ambler, The Arab Group for the Protection of Nature (APN) -- Mapping the development effectiveness of the triple nexus approach in a protracted refugee context: the case of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh / S. Jahangir Hasan Masun, Coastal Development Partnership (CDP) -- Examining the effectiveness of the humanitarian, development and peace nexus in the lake Chad Region / Leo Atakpu, Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice (ANNEJ) -- Violent extremism perpetrated by Boko Haram in the far north region of Cameroon: a gender conflict analysis showcasing the limitations of hard power / Charles Bongwen Linjap, Investment Watch (I-Watch) -- Cyclones, humanitarian response and conflict in Mozambique / Maggie Mwape, Southern Africa Youth Forum (SAYoF-SADC) -- Development cooperation projects to improve education access and quality in Afghanistan / Asadullah Mohammadi, Scholarship for Afghanistan - Danish Gostar Educational -- Engendering the nexus: a case study on how to mainstream gender in the triple nexus and its operationalization / Rosa Belen Agirregomezkorta, Centro de Estudios e investigacion sobre Mujeres (CEIM) -- The challenge of the triple nexus approach in the reality of the fragile state of Guatemala / Jose Luis Siguil Lopez, Lorena Palacios, & Henry Morales -- Dams and development in Indigenous Peoples' communities in the Philippines / Kabataan Para sa Tribung Pilipino -- Triple nexus policy research conclusion -- About the publishers and contributors.
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Introduction: the triple nexus and the need for localization -- Centering Syria in the EU funding response to the Syrian crisis / Elle Ambler, The Arab Group for the Protection of Nature (APN) -- Mapping the development effectiveness of the triple nexus approach in a protracted refugee context: the case of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh / S. Jahangir Hasan Masun, Coastal Development Partnership (CDP) -- Examining the effectiveness of the humanitarian, development and peace nexus in the lake Chad Region / Leo Atakpu, Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice (ANNEJ) -- Violent extremism perpetrated by Boko Haram in the far north region of Cameroon: a gender conflict analysis showcasing the limitations of hard power / Charles Bongwen Linjap, Investment Watch (I-Watch) -- Cyclones, humanitarian response and conflict in Mozambique / Maggie Mwape, Southern Africa Youth Forum (SAYoF-SADC) -- Development cooperation projects to improve education access and quality in Afghanistan / Asadullah Mohammadi, Scholarship for Afghanistan - Danish Gostar Educational -- Engendering the nexus: a case study on how to mainstream gender in the triple nexus and its operationalization / Rosa Belen Agirregomezkorta, Centro de Estudios e investigacion sobre Mujeres (CEIM) -- The challenge of the triple nexus approach in the reality of the fragile state of Guatemala / Jose Luis Siguil Lopez, Lorena Palacios, & Henry Morales -- Dams and development in Indigenous Peoples' communities in the Philippines / Kabataan Para sa Tribung Pilipino -- Triple nexus policy research conclusion -- About the publishers and contributors.

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