How is the peace and conflict nexus with Covid-19 shaping the responses of local actors and systems of local governance in Yemen?

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Building on an initial pilot project this study will conduct a longer-term analysis of how Covid-19 will impact everyday life alongside the ongoing conflict in Yemen. With a focus on security, health response and community actors, women and other societal leaders the project is conducting interviews to understand how local systems and stakeholders shape ongoing transitions and processes in conflict settings and how Covid-19 has impacted ongoing dynamics between conflict actors and daily modalities of societal subsistence.

The intended outcome is to provide additional indicators as to how both the national and local peace processes could regain direction.

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Covid-19: Community Resilience in Urban Informal Settlements

This briefing highlights key messages from research focusing on community resilience in urban informal settlements. Based on findings from Bangladesh, Kenya, and Yemen, the evidence highlights the active role of […]

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