Obstfeld, Gopinath share their thoughts. Many are classified as fragile or conflict-affected states, which further impacts their ability to reduce poverty and promote shared prosperity. KTF Activities With the objective of improving the ability of the World Bank, its clients, and partners to undertake displacement sensitive development interventions, this KTF grant is financing a series of operationally relevant analytical studies. Moreover, they have stimulated further institutional collaboration between the two organizations on FCV issues. Verwenden Sie Animationen nur, wenn Sie Folienelemente ausblenden möchten.
The KTF grant is also designed to capture and disseminate the outcomes of these approaches. To date, it has supported training workshops and provided hands-on capacity building on procurement, financial management and safeguards for government representatives across 23 projects in the region.
A lessons-learned paper on strengthening capacity and building implementation in fragile and remote island states has also been completed as part of this project.
These activities have built client implementation capacity and strengthened government procurement and financial management systems across the Pacific region. In addition, this project has strengthened the knowledge and application of safeguards policies and documents. Moreover, partnerships established with civil society organizations across the region have helped strengthen and improve social accountability. Taken together, these results have advanced a more comprehensive understanding of the dynamics of fragility in Pacific Island Countries, and allowed for effective strategic and operational approaches to be developed, which in turn help build and sustain national capacity.
In an estimated 13 million individuals worldwide were displaced due to conflict or persecution according to the UNHCR. In the same year, a record-breaking 38 million people were internally displaced. As displacement trends are growing more alarming, it is becoming increasingly clear that short-term humanitarian responses to displacement need to go hand in hand with a longer-term development approach.
In this regard, the World Bank has witnessed a dramatic increase in demand for development work on forced displacement from clients, particularly in the MENA and Africa regions. With the objective of improving the ability of the World Bank, its clients, and partners to undertake displacement sensitive development interventions, this KTF grant is financing a series of operationally relevant analytical studies.
These include an evaluation of land allocation schemes in Afghanistan, and a displacement-related household survey in Mali, and a Great Lakes displacement study, which is a political economy analysis of an agriculture livelihood program with a particular focus on displacement. Technical assistance has also been provided as a part of this project to enhance development responses to forced displacement that support economically and socially sustainable solutions.
The studies in question are making important inroads and have contributed a wealth of relevant knowledge on forced displacement across the globe. In some cases, SGBV derives from a breakdown of social order and a cycle of impunity, while the threat and perpetration of sexual and physical violence can also be used as a systematic weapon of war.
A global review of 50 countries in the WDR showed that sexual violence rates tend to remain high even after a conflict ends. Survivors often suffer physical and psychological wounds, and a climate of fear and exclusion impedes participation in economic, social, and political life. KTF funded an interactive operations learning tour, which brought together technical level representatives of implementing partners both from Government institutions and non- Government Organizations to Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo in March Participants from Georgia and Afghanistan also joined, making it a truly global learning exchange.
The tour included visits to different SGBV prevention and mitigation programs, as well as health and community centers, and offered opportunities for exchanges in both conference-like and informal sessions. First and foremost, the learning tour offered an invaluable platform for capacity building and enabled learning between distinguished practitioners on subjects relating to SGBV prevention.
It generated a mass of operationally relevant knowledge on how to address SGBV in their respective countries, including on the role of government leadership and coordination among relevant authorities and CSOs, and protection and service provision to survivors. These outputs are directly informing the design and execution of the pilot projects being implemented by many of the participants. The knowledge and experience shared during the tour is also set to increase advocacy at local and national levels.
Moreover, the learning tour also helped deepen the knowledge of participating Bank task teams, who learnt from other Bank projects addressing SGBV, and are now in the process of tailoring the design or implementation mechanisms of their projects. Partnerships are key to ensure coherence of international community interventions in FCV settings. They help avoid fragmentation and cumbersome burdens on clients and improve complementarity at the project and Fund levels.
To this end, the KTF actively seeks to build and support partnerships on a variety of economic and peace-building issues. Together with its partner funds in the FCV Group, the KTF is working to improve coordination on knowledge creation and connect people working in FCV contexts across the world, with the aim of helping to improve development impacts in these countries.
The KTF promotes partnerships through diversity in its grant recipients e. It also seeks to boost active cooperation with international development partners on FCV issues, particularly in East Asia. In addition, the KTF is enjoying fruitful partnerships with Korean institutions and incorporating the multi-faceted and historical development experiences of these partners in its project activities worldwide. The first event took place in and saw representatives from these organizations attenda Global Leadership Training Course on the G20 and Peace-building.
They have also boosted the understanding of G20 member countries of FCV challenges and international responses in situations of conflict and fragility. Moreover, they have stimulated further institutional collaboration between the two organizations on FCV issues. Attendees also examined the various successes and challenges of KTF supported projects worldwide. The workshop set the stage for continued knowledge exchanges and joint analytical work between the World Bank and Korean institutions on conflict prevention and transitions in fragile and conflict- affected environments.
The Fragility, Conflict and Violence Forum, held from February 11 — 13, , brought together over practitioners working on FCV to explore the trends, challenges and opportunities plusexchange insights and experience and strengthen the practice of delivering development results in fragile and conflict-affected situations.
The forum provided a platform for sharing results and experience from KTF projects which are at the forefront of working on peace process support, job creation, violence prevention and trauma-sensitive development.
The platform also contributed to the discussion on gender based-violence, displacement, and land and natural resource management. Healing Invisible Wounds and Rebuilding Livelihoods: Violent Incidents Monitoring Systems: Understanding Violence in Southeast Asia: The Contribution of Violent Incidents Monitoring Systems draws on data from Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines to demonstrate the analytical value of granular violence data collected by local systems.
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