Briefing Paper | Sep 16, 2009
Ensuring adaptation to climate change works for the poor
Making Investments in Poor Farmers Pay
Research Report | Dec 07, 2009
A review of evidence and sample of options for marginal areas
Rescuing Education for All
Briefing Note | Jan 19, 2010
How reform of the Fast Track Initiative should lead to a Global Fund for Education
Under pressure: Reducing disaster risk and enhancing US emergency response capacity in an era of climate change
Research Report | Feb 25, 2011
With disasters—and particularly climate-related disasters—on the rise, the global humanitarian response system is under increased pressure to assist growing numbers of people.
Horn of Africa Risk Transfer for Adaptation (HARITA) quarterly report: January 2011–March 2011
Research Report | Jun 02, 2011
Rural resilience series
Nowhere to Turn
Briefing Paper | Nov 19, 2010
The Failure to Protect Civilians in Afghanistan
Briefing Paper | Oct 05, 2010
Agricultural challenges and opportunities for Haiti's reconstruction
A place at the table
Briefing Paper | Oct 03, 2011
Safeguarding women's rights in Afghanistan
The Right of Indigenous Peoples to Prior Consultation: The Situation in Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru
Research Report | May 05, 2011
This study illustrates the barriers to exercising the right to prior consultation and consent in each of these four countries, and is intended to encourage broad debate.
Climate Change and Violent Conflict
Research Report | Dec 31, 2010
A critical literature review
Whose Aid is it Anyway? Politicizing aid in conflicts and crises
Briefing Paper | Feb 22, 2011
A Dangerous Delay: The cost of late response to early warnings in the 2011 drought in the Horn of Africa
Research Report | Jan 18, 2012
More than 13 million people are still affected by the crisis in the Horn of Africa. There were clear early warning signs many months in advance, yet there was insufficient response until it was far too late.
What development professionals need: Voices from the frontlines
Briefing Paper | Jul 22, 2009
Rescuing the Peace in Southern Sudan
Briefing Paper | Jan 06, 2010
The next 12 months will be critical for the future of Sudan. As the country marks the fifth anniversary of the signing of the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement that ended a devastating civil war, southern Sudan has seen a major upsurge in violence.
Why should health advocates lead on aid reform?
Briefing Paper | Aug 12, 2009
Why should water, sanitation, and hygiene advocates lead on aid reform?
Briefing Paper | Sep 09, 2009
Field Report from Southern Sudan
Research Report | Mar 13, 2009
Smart Development in Practice Series
Now, the world is without me
Research Report | Apr 15, 2010
An investigation of sexual violence in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo
Can aid for food security show the way for broader aid reform?
Briefing Paper | Apr 06, 2010
Weeding out abuses
Research Report | Jun 17, 2010
Recommendations for a law-abiding farm labor system