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The role of financial services in humanitarian crises (Inglês)

Humanitarian crises pose a formidable development challenge. Whether caused by conflict, natural disaster, climate-related events, or some combination of the three, crises have been steadily increasing in frequency, severity, and complexity. While the nature and incidences of these crises vary significantly, they affect millions of people, particularly the most vulnerable. Some populations are displaced from their communities or countries as a result of crises; others stay where they are, by choice or necessity, and must navigate unpredictable and dangerous environments. Forced displacement is becoming more common and more protracted. In December 2015, The majority remains within their country (IDMC 2016). In this context, this paper seeks to enhance the knowledge of policy makers and donors on the role of financial services mitigating humanitarian crises by synthesizing existing empirical evidence as well as operational lessons from programmatic evaluations. Where evidence is strong enough, the paper recommends actions that policy makers and donors can take to improve the provision of financial services to crisis-affected populations. The paper also identifies future research and policy priorities. The proposals outlined in this paper, which was funded by the State and Peace-Building Fund within the World Bank Group, directly supports our broader objective of promoting diversified, efficient, and inclusive financial systems at the global and country levels. Continued collaboration across sectors, institutions, and borders is the only way that the global development community will be able to address the immense challenge of forced displacement in a sustainable manner. The detailed analysis in this paper will provide invaluable guidance to the World Bank Group’s country operations as well as to our development partners.

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  • Autor

    El-Zoghbi,Mayada, Chehade,Nadine Gabriel, Mcconaghy,Peter, Soursourian,Matthew Jacob Klein

  • Data do documento

    2017/01/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de Trabalho

  • No. do relatório

    114634

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Líbano,

  • Região

    Oriente Médio e Norte da África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2017/04/27

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    The role of financial services in humanitarian crises

  • Palavras-chave

    financial service;humanitarian crisis;financial inclusion;access to finance;world food programme;social safety net program;food and agricultural;total number of people;Central Bank of Jordan;Fragility, Conflict, and Violence;access to financial service;natural disaster;formal financial institution;Cash Transfer;cash transfer program;formal financial system;local economic activity;impact of shock;access to insurance;effect on consumption;mobile money;demand for service;financial sector access;cash on hand;vulnerability to violence;risk management strategy;automated clearing house;access to money;formal financial sector;availability of fund;family and friends;impact of remittance;influx of refugees;increase in consumption;consumption of households;peer review process;Local Economic Development;automated teller machine;amount of saving;financial service provider;lack of asset;Internally Displaced People;care for child;living in poverty;children and youth;remote rural area;freedom of choice;multiplier effect;humanitarian assistance;negative shock;payment infrastructure;digital cash;crisis situation;coping mechanism;Coping Mechanisms;Displaced Population;unaccompanied minors;financial product;forced displacement;legal barrier;financial exclusion;account penetration;affected communities;refugee camp;child labor;humanitarian response;

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