Conflict and Fragility Transition Financing:  Building a Better Response

Conflict and Fragility Transition Financing: Building a Better Response

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More than one-third of Official Development Assistance is spent annually on fragile and conflict-affected countries. Nonetheless, aid does not always flow promptly and effectively to where it is most needed, especially in countries recovering from conflict. This report will help OECD DAC members and partners to map out more effective, rapid and flexible transition financing. This includes improving current policies and practices in financial flows, implementing procedural and cultural changes in donor administrations, and maximising use of the instruments available for in-country transition financing. The report also addresses improving the operational effectiveness of pooled funding instruments, clarifying the link between funding instruments and national ownership, and adopting a new approach to identify and prioritise specific transition needs.Table of Content :AbbreviationsExecutive summary1. Background and rationale for transition financing2. Understanding transition - challenges and key concepts3. Aid flows to fragile and conflict-affected states4. Donor policies and procedures5. Funding instruments at the country level6. ConclusionsAnnex A. Key definitionsAnnex B. Matrix of guiding frameworksAnnex C. List of donors and their funding instrumentsAnnex D. Country case studies-Afghanistan-Burundi-Central African Republic-Democratic Republic of the Congo-Southern Sudan-Timor-LesteBibliography