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Nanumea island, Tuvalu
This study was undertaken to inform the SIDS Global Data Hub, launched at the SIDS4 Conference in May 2024, as well as Small Island Developing States' (SIDS) broader suite of activities on adaptation and resilience information, in the context of the next 10-year SIDS agenda: ‘The Antigua and Barbuda Agenda for SIDS – a Renewed Declaration for Resilient Prosperity’.

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  2. International development and climate finance: the new agenda

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  3. Adopting a low-emission and climate-resilient development pathway in Nepal

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  4. Backstopping multilateral development banks: the fiscal context of callable capital for shareholder governments

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  5. Maximising the developmental impact of MDB callable capital: project findings and path forward

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  6. Enhancing multilateral development bank resilience and lending capacity: crisis management, recovery planning and improving loss-absorbing capacity

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  7. Putting the 'just' in Just Energy Transition Partnerships: What role for the multilateral development banks?

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  13. Political economy analysis of Indonesian migrant workers' vulnerabilities to exploitation in Malaysia's palm oil sector

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  14. Pastoralism and agriculture in conflicts and crises: a review of three years of SPARC research

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  15. External shock financing and economic development: implications for future reforms to the global financing architecture

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  16. Ten traps to avoid if aid programming is serious about engaging with context: Lessons from Afghanistan

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  17. The legal underpinnings of MDB callable capital: implications and policy options

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  18. Trafficking for Forced Criminality: The Rise of Exploitation in Scam Centres in Southeast Asia

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  19. Hedging belts, de-risking roads: Sinosure in China’s overseas finance and the evolving international response

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