World Bank Group Strategy for Fragility, Conflict and Violence

Overview

In April 2019, the World Bank Group launched global consultations to inform the development of its first strategy for Fragility, Conflict & Violence (FCV).

Between April and July 2019, feedback on the FCV Strategy Concept Note was received from 1,721 individual stakeholders in 88 countries and territories through face-to-face meetings, an online questionnaire, email submissions, and through social media. Of this total, there were face-to face meetings in 37 countries with stakeholders representing governments, international organizations, global and local civil society and the private sector. 
Read the feedback summary.

Between December 2019 and January 2020, a second phase of consultations was held on the draft World Bank Group Strategy for FCV. A summary of feedback is available here. The final strategy is expected in early March 2020.

• Phase 1 (April–July 2019): In-person and online consultation on the FCV strategy concept
• Phase 2 (December 2019–January 2020): Online consultation on the draft FCV strategy document

Read the full Consultation Plan here. Read the Concept Note here. Read the draft strategy here.

Questions? Please email [email protected].

CONSULTATIONS ON STRATEGY CONCEPT
Consultation Phase
Closed
April 10, 2019 - July 18,2019

From April to July 2019, stakeholders from around the world provided inputs to the 
FCV Strategy Concept Note. Feedback was received from 1,721 individual stakeholders in 88 countries and territories through face-to-face meetings, an online questionnaire, email submissions, and through social media. A list of feedback summaries (from online and face-to-face meetings) and submissions from organizations can be found below.

Summaries of inputs received in Phase 1:

Materials:

Completed Meetings

Date Title Location

United Kingdom: Meeting with private sector

Documents
London, United Kingdom

Honduras: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Tegucigalpa, Honduras

USA: Meeting with IDB

Documents
Washington, D.C., United States

USA: Meeting with International Rescue Committee

Documents
Washington, D.C., United States

USA: Meeting with EBRD

Documents
Washington, D.C., United States

Nigeria: Meeting with private sector

Lagos, Nigeria

Cote d'Ivoire: Meeting with African Development Bank

Documents
Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire

IFC London, July 18

Documents
London, United Kingdom

Burkina Faso: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

USA: Meeting with CSOs

Washington, D.C., United States

Niger: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Niamey, Niger

Canada: Meeting with private sector

Documents
Toronto, Canada

Nigeria: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Documents
Abuja, Nigeria

Mali: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Bamako, Mali

Belgium: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Brussels, Belgium

France: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Paris, France

Netherlands: Multi-stakeholder meeting

The Hague, Netherlands

Denmark: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Copenhagen, Denmark

Sweden: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Documents
Stockholm, Sweden

Norway: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Oslo, Norway

Libya: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Tunis, Libya

Tunisia: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Tunis, Tunisia

Ethiopia: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

USA: Multi-stakeholder meeting, US Institute of Peace

Documents
Washington, D.C., United States

USA: Meeting with US State Department

Documents
Washington, D.C., United States

Lebanon: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Beirut, Lebanon

Korea: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Seoul, Korea, Republic of

Jordan: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Amman, Jordan

Philippines: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Documents
Cotabato, Philippines

France: Meeting with the International Network on Conflict and Fragility (INCAF)

Paris, France

Kosovo: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Pristina, Kosovo

Tajikistan: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Dunshanbe, Tajikistan

Philippines: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Manila, Philippines

Chad: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Ndjamena, Chad

Russia: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Moscow, Russian Federation

Haiti: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Sweden: Multi-stakeholder meeting (2019 Stockholm Forum on Peace and Development)

Stockholm, Sweden

USA: Meeting with USAID

Documents
Washington, D.C., United States

USA: Meeting with US Treasury

Documents
Washington, D.C., United States

Canada: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Ottawa, Canada

DRC: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Goma, Congo, Democratic Republic of

Germany: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Berlin, Germany

Uganda: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Kampala, Uganda

Australia: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Canberra, Australia

Papua New Guinea: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea

Somalia: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Mogadishu, Somalia

Afghanistan: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Kabul, Afghanistan

England: Multi-stakeholder meeting

London, United Kingdom

Switzerland: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Geneva, Switzerland

USA: Multi-stakeholder meeting

New York, United States

Nepal: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Kathmandu, Nepal

Japan: Multi-stakeholder meeting

Tokyo, Japan

USA: Meetings with UN Representatives

New York, United States

USA: Meeting with Middle East & North Africa country delegations (Spring Meetings)

Documents
Washington, D.C., United States

USA: Meeting with World Food Programme (WFP)

Documents
Washington, D.C., United States

USA: Meeting with Africa country delegations (Spring Meetings)

Documents
Washington, D.C., United States

USA: FCV Roundtable with country delegations (Spring Meetings)

Documents
Washington, D.C., United States

USA: Meeting with Africa country delegations (Spring Meetings)

Washington, D.C., United States

USA: Meeting with g7+ representatives (Spring Meetings)

Washington, D.C., United States

Submissions

Date Title Contributors

FCV Consultation Response from Mercy Corps

Submission from InterAction

Joint Comments from Accountability Counsel, Bank Information Center, Center for International Environmental Law, and International Accountability Project

Submission from Protection Approaches

FCV Strategy Consultation Response from Save the Children

Feedback note from Danish Refugee Council

Submission from Finn Church Aid

Feedback and Recommendations from World Vision International

Recommendations from the Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL)

Submission from Humanity & Inclusion

Submission from DANMISSION

Comments from the Asia Foundation

Comments from Norwegian Refugee Council

Submission from Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre

Submission from Foundation Hirondelle

CONSULTATIONS ON DRAFT STRATEGY
Consultation Phase
Closed
December 05, 2019 - January 16, 2020

From December to January, 2020, stakeholders from around the world provided input on the Draft World Bank Group Strategy for FCV. A total of 243 individuals and organizations submitted feedback through an online form and through written submissions sent via e-mail. Many of the feedback providers had also participated in the first phase of consultations on the strategy concept note.

Several submissions from organizations are included below with their consent.

Overall Summary of Feedback from Phase 2 Consultations

Submissions

Date Title Contributors

Joint feedback from Australia, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, and United Kingdom

Mercy Corp Feedback on the World Bank Group Draft Strategy on FCV

World Health Organization

Feedback from Switzerland

International Rescue Committee

Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights

COREI

World Vision

Bank Information Center

Norwegian Refugee Council

Oxfam

Danish Refugee Council

Submission from Tearfund

Search for Common Ground

International Alert

Feedback from United Kingdom

Center for International Environmental Law

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