Why do some strategic frameworks get implemented, and others just remain on paper?
This project looked at Recovery & Peacebuilding Assessments (RPBAs), the peak framework for collaboration between the World Bank, UN and EU in crisis environments.
It reviewed implementation across a dozen countries, over a span of nearly twenty years. The aim was to map out “what worked” for steering and operational coordination; monitoring and tracking results; and organising funding streams.
One key output was common inter-institutional guidance on the implementation “software” that needs to accompany RPBAs, based on emerging good practices and aspirational “gold standards”.
This public version was published by the World Bank, alongside internal products for policy audiences in each of the three institutions.