Fragility Forum 2020 | Virtual Series Closing Session

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Fragility Forum 2020 | Virtual Series Closing Session

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The Fragility Forum 2020 Seminar Series is a virtual and interactive series of events organized by the World Bank to share practical solutions and explore innovative ways of responding to the most challenging FCV issues of our times.

As we formally close this year’s Fragility Forum, we will reflect on key takeaways relevant to future engagements in fragile contexts and the importance of sharing lessons learned to foster sustainable change. We will also advocate in favor of stronger partnerships across humanitarian, development and peace actors to respond to the impacts of COVID19, and for increased support to low- and middle-income countries exposed to fragilities to boost resilience and to lead more potent and adapted strategies in preventing conflict and mitigating its impacts.

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View the Fragility Forum 2020 Session | Afghanistan Crossroads: Troop Withdrawals, Taliban Expansion and Declining Foreign Assistance from July 21 2020

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Elshikh Khidir

hi
Tue, 06/09/2020 - 09:21
Elshikh Khidir

hi
Tue, 06/09/2020 - 09:21
Jomaa

HOW SUDAN FRAGILITY HAS BEEN WORSENED BY COVID19
Tue, 06/09/2020 - 09:22
Jomaa

HOW SUDAN FRAGILITY HAS BEEN WORSENED BY COVID19
Tue, 06/09/2020 - 09:22
Ibrahim

I would agree with most of what Honorable guest mentioned about crisis in Yemen. But would disagree on the claim that all Yemenis are totally dependent on humanitarian aid. This is not true. People on rural areas are self-dependent on agricultural effort. Also, big portions of income comes from remittances. Humanitarian assistance is somehow corrupted and need to be fixed.
Tue, 06/09/2020 - 09:25

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