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State and peace building fund annual report 2011 (Inglês)

The state- and peacebuilding fund (SPF) was established in 2008 to address the needs of state and local governance and peace-building in fragile and conflict-affected states. The SPF is the World Bank's premier global, multi-donor trust fund in support of projects that contribute to prevention and recovery from conflict and fragility. With its support to recipient activities, the SPF has become an important entry point for early and catalytic financing for peacebuilding and state-building. This annual report outlines the objectives and early results of the SPF over 2010-2011, highlighting projects that capture how the fund addresses the complex challenges of governance and human security in fragile and conflict-affected situations (FCSs).


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    State and peace building fund annual report 2011

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    Fragile and Conflict-Affected Situations;Fragile & Conflict-Affected States;Fragility, Conflict, and Violence;civil society and government;literacy rate for woman;sexual violence against woman;maternal and child health;Management of Public Finance;monitoring and evaluation system;water and sanitation system;Democratic Republic of Congo;Internally Displaced People;knowledge and learning;conflict and fragility;Rule of Law;impact of conflict;basic social service;source of funding;cycle of violence;revenues from oil;security and development;macroeconomic and fiscal;prevention of disease;female genital mutilation;provision of water;provision water;temporary employment opportunities;peer support groups;infrastructure and services;delivery of service;global economic crisis;areas of work;prevention of violence;supply and sanitation;quality of public;access to water;children in conflict;service and infrastructure;civil society engagement;national poverty line;costs of conflict;health service provision;local economic growth;agriculture and livestock;maternal mortality rate;access to food;cold chain equipment;amount of fund;grant recipient;urban job creation;Legal Aid Services;cash for work;Civil War;fragile states;stock route;local ngo;employment scheme;learning activity;development partner;learning activites;civic service;resource dependence;learning initiative;social cohesion;inclusive development;civil unrest;vulnerable group;human security;research institution;research institutions;thematic area;catalytic finance;



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