An Outlook of State Fragility through to 2030

A Reflective and Foresight Analysis

 

The report combines a retrospective analysis based on Action Against Hunger's long history of working in contexts of state fragility, with a foresight analysis on the impact state fragility will have on humanitarian work through to 2030. A better understanding of the complexities and challenges of the drivers of state fragility - both in the past and in the future- will allow INGOs to plan and work more effectively in these states

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This animated image gives an idea of the 3 scenarios we foresee through to 2030.

This animated image gives an idea of the 3 scenarios we foresee through to 2030.

We guest-author this article, explaining why this report is worth a read. 

We guest-author this article, explaining why this report is worth a read. 

“The following report was written at the request of Action Against Hunger’s Executive Committee. Because one of our core activities is crisis response, fragile states are by definition a priority area. We have been there, in many of these countries, for more than ten years and we are there to stay until the situation has stabilised and we are no longer needed.”

Jean-Michel Grand - Executive Director - Action Against Hunger UK.