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Overview

Climate change, conflict, growing inequality and escalating humanitarian needs are galvanizing questions about the effectiveness and efficiency of current humanitarian and development programming.

Accompanying this are structural shifts across the aid system, which are changing how aid is planned and financed. Under the ‘Triple Nexus’ this will have profound implications for what we do, how we do it and with whom we do it. 

As a multi-mandated organization, Oxfam has a unique contribution to make in sharing learning and encouraging good practice in this space. This discussion paper puts forward some of this thinking from across our programme, policy and funding expertise and draws on case studies to highlight critical questions and recommendations for furthering the debate. 

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DOI

10.21201/2019.4436

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978-1-78748-443-6

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