Turbulence, uncertainty, novelty and ambiguity have become key features in many countries where international cooperation is engaged, often alongside actors from humanitarian aid, mediation and security. To cope with constant change, successful strategies and programmes need to enhance agility and collaboration in planning, monitoring and steering, and to strengthen adaptive management and decision processes. Combining theoretical input with case studies, this course explores the characteristics of fragility, how they can be assessed and monitored and how development programming has to be adapted in order to achieve results. It also discusses cooperation between actors seeking to engage in these contexts.
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