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BUILDING THE EVIDENCE ON FORCED DISPLACEMENT

Strengthening research and global knowledge on forced displacement

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Rising role of impact evaluations in evidence-based programming for forcibly ...

A growing body of impact studies are providing rich insights on the effectiveness of interventions in forced displacement settings and ways to undertake rigorous evaluations in these settings.

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Compounding Barriers: Access to Economic Opportunities, Gender and Forced ...

The Gender Dimensions and Forced Displacement Program presents findings on gender and livelihood opportunities in situations of forced displacement in Darfur and Ethiopia. These novel findings reveal how gender inequality and displacement status compound to constrict the livelihoods of displaced women and underscore the need to design durable solutions through inclusive, intersectional approaches.

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This program is a partnership between the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and the World Bank, with the objective of improving global knowledge on forced displacement.

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A New Global Response to Help Refugees and Hosts

As violent conflict surges, refugee crises are growing more protracted. Host governments are leading the way to help both refugees and hosts thrive, as the international community comes together to forge a better way to share this responsibility.

YOUNG FELLOWS PROGRAM

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Supporting Research on Forced Displacement

Our program is supporting 24 post-doctoral researchers with a one-year fellowship to study forced displacement situations, and strengthen research which can help design projects, programs, and policies to mitigate the consequences of forced displacement.


Contact Us

Paolo Verme
Program Manager
World Bank 1818 H St, NW Washington, DC 20433, USA
pverme@worldbankgroup.org