Sökning: "LRRD"

Hittade 3 uppsatser innehållade ordet LRRD.

  1. 1. Triple Nexus – Assessing the HDP view of its functionality and implementation

    Kandidat-uppsats, Linnéuniversitetet/Institutionen för samhällsstudier (SS)

    Författare :Daniel Gleisner; [2021]
    Nyckelord :Triple nexus; HDP nexus; Humanitarian; Development; Peace; Collaboration; Grand Bargain; LRRD; Trippel nexus; humanitär; utveckling; fred;

    Sammanfattning : What are appropriate and relevant ways for collaboration and coordination between the three sections of aid work, humanitarian, development, and peace? This question has been topical for the aid community for decades when working in places where all three entities are present (Guinote, 2019). It is sometimes rejected, neglected but some times it is also considered and pursued (Hövelmann, 2020). LÄS MER

  2. 2. Navigating between pressures andaccountabilities : Local civil society organization's approaches and challenges to link-ing relief, rehabilitation, and development in Malawi

    Master-uppsats, Umeå universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen

    Författare :Cornelia Johansson; [2017]
    Nyckelord :Result Based Management; linking relief rehabilitation and development; LRRD; aid effective-ness; civil society organizations; development cooperation; recurring disasters; Malawi;

    Sammanfattning : Malawi is one of the poorest countries in the world and suffers from recurring disasters but no ongoing conflicts. Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) working there must therefore take relief, rehabilitation, and development into account as shifting between these stages is the reality of the rights-holders. LÄS MER

  3. 3. Bridging the Humanitarian-Development Divide : Indonesian-Swedish Stakeholder Case Studies on LRRD

    Master-uppsats, Uppsala universitet/Teologiska institutionen

    Författare :Peter Ekblad; [2017]
    Nyckelord :LRRD; Linking Relief Rehabilitation and Development; Contiuum; Contiguum; Humanitarian; Development; Coherence;

    Sammanfattning : This thesis studies the concept of Linking Relief, Rehabilitation and Development (LRRD), a topic discussed since the late 1980’s that has failed to be practically implemented, partly because of widely divergent perspectives on the concept. The discourse on LRRD has so far largely been conducted in a top-down fashion with donors constituting the dominant interlocutor, while the perspectives of aid organisations and local communities involved in humanitarian and developmental programmes have been widely overlooked. LÄS MER