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This paper proposes a hypothesis – a theory of change-illustrated with evidence from country projects and literature. It is not an empirical study built on formal monitoring, evaluation and learning processes, but it is a thesis reinforced wherever possible wi ...

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The Development Impact of Risk Analytics

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Moody, N., Schneider, J. et. al

Integrated Risk

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Year

2020

This paper proposes a hypothesis – a theory of change-illustrated with evidence from country projects and literature. It is not an empirical study built on formal monitoring, evaluation and learning processes, but it is a thesis reinforced wherever possible with evidence of where things have gone right, sometimes wrong, and mostly where there are barriers to the flow of risk understanding that must be removed for the benefit of communities.

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