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    Turning the humanitarian system on its head: Saving lives and livelihoods by strengthening local capacity and shifting leadership to local actors

    The global humanitarian system is overstretched; inadequately investing in risk reduction and prevention, and providing assistance that is often insufficient, inappropriate and late.

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    Community voice in human rights impact assessments

    Human rights impact assessments (HRIAs) are intended to minimize human rights risks, lessen adverse impacts, and strengthen positive outcomes of business investments on affected populations. For an HRIA to fulfill this purpose, it must consider the perspectives of everyone affected by a company’s operations, project, products, or services. But all too often, companies ignore this critical input, instead opting for top-down tools that fail to capture communities’ assertions. In doing so, they forfeit the opportunity to minimize human rights violations and costly conflicts.

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    R4 Rural Resilience Initiative

    Annual Report | January - December 2014

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    Delivery of Adaptation Finance in Uganda: Assessing Institutions at Local Government Levels

    This study examines adaptation finance in Uganda, particluarly looking into the mechanisms and implementation approaches at the sub-national level.

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    R4 Rural Resilience Initiative

    Quarterly report | January- March 2015

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    To fight corruption, localize aid

    How US foreign assistance can support a locally driven fight against corruption

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