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Troops advance during anti-Shabaab operation in Somalia. Publications and resources

This SPARC-funded report, launched at COP28 in December, argues for a new way of thinking about and delivering the climate agenda in fragile and conflict-affected situations.
Ploughing with cattle in southwestern Ethiopia. Credit: ILRI/Stevie Mann Publications and resources

This policy brief, developed for the UK’s 2023 Global Food Security Summit, summarises insights from recent SPARC research on how to bolster food security in countries affected by conflict and protracted crises.
Rice Farmers in Cambodia Publications and resources

Farming after fighting: a report that examines agricultural recovery after conflict, using global case studies to extract insights and gather learnings.
A Samburu woman from Northern Kenya enters data into the Mbiotisho app. Credit: ILRI Publications and resources

This Research Framework aims to guide SPARC interventions between 2023 and 2025.

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IDPs who have been displaced by fighting in the Bajaur tribal area on the Pak-Afghan border have poured in to the Jalozai refugee camp at Nowshera in the North West Frontier Province. Credit: Abdul Majeed Goraya/IRIN. Blog

What do aid practitioners need to do to engage more seriously with context? Simon Levine unpacks the key lessons from SPARC's new report.
Residents of Mogadishu - Image by Tobin Jones/ UN - CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 Blog

For far too long countries affected by fragility and conflict, like Somalia, have faced obstacles when accessing climate finance. Here our experts share insight into what needs to change and why.
Dollars - Image by Antonin - CC BY-SA 2.0 Blog

As political leaders, donors, researchers and practitioners gather for COP27, the conference must be a platform to urge for more investment to support some of the world's most vulnerable.

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