What can we learn? Case studies on the triple nexus in West Africa
The triple nexus (H-D-P) approach aims to challenge a linear and sequential intervention logic. Humanitarian aid, development programmes and peacebuilding programmes must be implemented simultaneously to address the systemic inequalities and weaknesses that keep people in poverty and make them vulnerable. This paradigm shift requires major transformations in both the humanitarian and development sectors.
These case studies show how some of Oxfam’s interventions are adapting to and incorporating this new logic.
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