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Is active citizenship possible in fragile contexts? Five papers share lessons from our work with civil society in South Sudan, Afghanistan and the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Israel.
We're working with Unilever to improve their onion supply chain and help achieve better livelihoods for smallholder farmers in Azerbaijan.
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We're supporting children and young people as they make their voices heard and claim their rights to health and education services.
Using flexible forward decision making for community based climate change adaptation.
How the MRMV Journey changed the lives of 8 youth activists, planned and filmed by them.
ASSAR aims to deepen understanding of climate vulnerability and adaptation in semi-arid regions.
Improving climate change adaptation decision making and supporting communities’ agency and resilience.
Investing in small rural enterprises in places that financial institutions do not reach.
Oxfam's cutting edge gendered market system approach to sustainable livelihoods development.
Supporting young people as they claim their rights to health and education services.
Influencing policy, decision-making, and expenditure to reflect the interests of women.
Improving the quality and effectiveness of civil society programming in fragile settings.
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