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  1. Changing gender relations on return from displacement to the newly merged districts of Pakistan

  2. Reconstructing our understanding of the link between services and state legitimacy

  3. How gender roles change in displacement

  4. What research from conflict-affected countries can tell us about responses to Covid-19

  5. Why ‘leave no one behind’ must be at the core of Pakistan’s skills development agenda

  6. Multi-year humanitarian funding in Pakistan

  7. Multi-year humanitarian funding: a thematic evaluation

  8. Public finance and development: six things to read in May

  9. The impact of displacement on gender roles and relations: the case of IDPs from FATA, Pakistan

  10. Influencing adaptation policy: the role of policy entrepreneurs in securing ownership and climate action in South Asia

  11. The political economy of cash transfer programmes in Brazil, Pakistan and the Philippines

  12. Understanding the impact of de-risking on humanitarian aid

  13. ‘Leaving no one behind’ through enabling climate-resilient economic development in dryland regions

  14. More than half of all climate-related disaster deaths in Asia occur in just four fragile states – ODI report

  15. Value Chain Analysis for Resilience in Drylands (VC-ARID): identification of adaptation options in key sectors

  16. Accelerating Sendai Framework implementation in Asia: disaster risk reduction in contexts of violence, conflict and fragility

  17. Commonwealth countries need to create 50,000 jobs every day for growing number of young people seeking work – new research

  18. Are public services the building blocks of state legitimacy? Input to the World Bank's 2017 World Development Report

  19. Challenging the myths around semi-arid lands

  20. Is inclusive peace and recovery possible after conflict?