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Evaluating the New Development Approach to the Global Forced Displacement Crisis

"Insights on how to build effective platforms for burden sharing and develop medium-term solutions for self-reliance and resilience"

There are almost 26 million refugees worldwide. Roughly 22 million live in developing countries and will remain refugees for many years. 

In 2016, the World Bank Group implemented a new approach to addressing forced displacement in alignment with the Global Compact on Refugees. The Bank's new approach views the development challenge of forced displacement as a corporate priority and a long-term challenge.

A recent evaluation conducted by the IEG provides insights on how to build effective platforms for burden sharing and develop medium-term solutions for self-reliance and resilience. The findings of the evaluation also reinforce the importance of close coordination among host countries and their humanitarian and development partners. 

Read the full World Bank Group Support in Situations Involving Conflict-Induced Displacement : An Independent Evaluation report here

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Mahaman Mourtala

- Feb 16, 2022
Great!

DR. YOGENDRA NATH

- Sep 15, 2021
Interesting.

jose luis

- May 26, 2021
me encanta

MOHAMMAD

- Jan 15, 2021
Great!

Mariam

- Dec 16, 2020
interesting

Tosin

- Jun 3, 2020
Great

Md. Babar

- Apr 18, 2020
Interesting

Anvar

- Mar 20, 2020
Interesting!

Monir

- Feb 21, 2020
Great approach, especially that each force displaced is almost unique

Pavel

- Feb 1, 2020
That's quite interesting!
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