Since the 2016 World Humanitarian Summit, the Triple Nexus has had a high priority in the humanitarian reform debate. The declared goal of the Triple Nexus approach is to improve the linkages between humanitarian aid, development cooperation, and peacebuilding.
This CHA research project contributes to enriching the predominantly abstract Triple Nexus debate with concrete examples of local practices while looking at it from a humanitarian standpoint. The research results on the Peace Nexus will be made available in the form of country studies, a Nexus publication, and a CHA conference on 26-27 October 2020. The project will be complemented by a Triple Nexus evaluation for the German NGO Welthungerhilfe.
CHA studies Triple Nexus in the Chad Basin29.09.2021
The Centre for Humanitarian Action has been contracted to evaluate the nexus component of Plan International’s Lake Chad Programme Strategy. The project fits into the CHA work focus “Nexus in Practice” and gains insights into the practical implementation and challenges of the Triple Nexus.
Towards a nexus that works? Joining forces in protracted conflicts17.06.2021 15:00 - 16:30
On 17 June 2021, CHA and ICRC have hosted an online event on the topic of water and sanitation in contexts of crises with linkages to the Humanitarian-Development-Peace Nexus.
The Triple Nexus in Mali: Coordination, Securitisation and Blurred Lines22.03.2021
The Triple Nexus in Practice: Challenges and Options for Multi-Mandated Organisations22.10.2020
Triple Nexus in Pakistan: Catering to a governmental narrative or enabling independent humanitarian action?06.10.2020
Triple Nexus in South Sudan: Learning from Local Opportunities21.10.2020
Recordings of #CHATripleNexus conference available now02.11.2020
From 26-27 October 2020, CHA has organised the international conference “Triple Nexus in Practice – What about Peace?”. Here you can revisit the conference or if you missed a particular session, re-watch the video compilation individually.
Triple Nexus – Threat or Opportunity for the Humanitarian Principles?07.05.2020
TRIPLE NEXUS to go30.03.2020
Recording of CHA webinar #TripleNexus online now18.05.2020
The video recording of CHA’s webinar “The Triple Nexus – Threat or Opportunity for the Humanitarian Principles?” from May 14, 2020 is online. Watch it here.
Interview with Dabagaï Dabagaï on the Triple Nexus02.07.2020
Dabagaï Dabagaï, Country Director of Action against Hunger in Mali, explains in this interview why she finds the peace component of the Triple Nexus problematic and how COVID-19 affects her daily work.
"The Triple Nexus highlights many dilemmas of humanitarian action". Interview with Andrea Steinke on the Triple Nexus03.04.2020
In this interview, which is part of the interview series “Faces around CHA”, CHA Research Fellow Andrea Steinke explains what the Triple Nexus is about and what challenges the humanitarian community is facing.
Triple Nexus – a donor-driven dynamic?24.03.2020
Is the Triple Nexus a donor-driven agenda? CHA’s third discussion on the Triple Nexus, which took place on 10 March 2020, in cooperation with VENRO, focused on the European donor landscape. An event review.
Triple Nexus in Mali. An event review.29.11.2019
Everybody is talking about the Triple Nexus. But what exactly does it mean in practice to bring together humanitarian action, development and peace work? On November 28, the Centre for Humanitarian Action (CHA) hosted its second event on this subject. This time, Anaïde Nahikian from the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative and CHA-Research Fellow Andrea Steinke discussed the case of Mali.
CHA wins tender concerning Triple Nexus evaluation22.08.2019
CHA has won a tender from Welthungerhilfe for an evaluation concerning the Humanitarian-Development-Peace Nexus. The evaluation fits into the CHA project “Nexus in Practice” and includes several case studies.
Triple Nexus in Practice: Minutes of the Roundtable03.07.2019
The minutes of the Roundtable discussion about the Triple Nexus (Humanitarian-Development-Peace Nexus) on 12/06/2019 can be read here.