Mapping good practices in the implementation of Humanitarian-Development-Peace Nexus approaches
To reduce need, risk and vulnerability, increasing numbers of countries are implementing the nexus approach. This has led to a growing and diverse experience in its operationalization, lessons learned and good practice. In 2021, Results Group 4 mapped operational examples, good practice and lessons learned, tasked by the IASC Operational Policy and Advocacy Group and on demand from IASC members, Member States and donors. The mapping reflects the inputs from 16 countries, gathered through the Resident Coordinators Offices (RCOs) with contributions from partners. This work was led by a sub-group of Results Group 4, convened by OCHA in collaboration with DCO, FAO, ICVA, IOM, Oxfam, PBSO, UNFPA, UNDP, WFP, WVI and the Global Protection Cluster.
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|Central African Republic||occupied Palestinian territory|
|Democratic Republic of the Congo||Sudan|