Finland: Development Policy Committee: A triple nexus approach is needed for development cooperation, humanitarian assistance and peace actions

NordenBladet — Development cooperation, humanitarian assistance and peace actions should provide a more efficient joint response to the needs of people affected by crises. Closer collaboration between the various actors is therefore vital. This is the key conclusion of the analysis published by the Development Policy Committee (DPC), in which an expert group consisting of representatives of DPC members analyses the current situation and provides recommendations for the next steps to be taken for further improvements.

The publication discusses the triple nexus approach particularly in fragile contexts and protracted conflicts. There is an obvious need for closer collaboration, as a significant number of partner countries in Finland’s bilateral development cooperation are fragile states. These include countries such as Afghanistan, Ethiopia and Myanmar. Finland is also known as a committed humanitarian assistance provider and peace actor.Increasingly difficult situations emphasize the need for collaboration

 


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