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EU-UN-WB Partnership on Post Crisis assessments and Recovery Planning - Rethinking Recovery in a Changing World: Marking of the 10th anniversary of the partnership
28 Sep 2018 -  In 2008, the United Nations Development Group (UNDG), the World Bank (WB) and the European Union (EU) signed a Joint Declaration on Post-Crisis Assessments and Recovery Planning, committing the three institutions to harmonize and coordinate “post-crisis response frameworks to enhance country resilience to crises”. The joint declaration brought together the capacities and resources of the three institutions to assist national governments to prevent, respond, and recover from crisis and, through the support, enhance countries resilience to crisis.  September 2018 marks the 10th Anniversary of the Joint Declaration. To commemorate this milestone, a partnership event is planned to share the successes and lessons learned of the partnership in both conflict and post-disaster situations. This event will also be used as a platform for rethinking recovery, opportunities for building resilience in today’s world where much of the risks of violent conflict and disasters collide. A broad-based coalition of partners, both national and international, is necessary to address the challenges that are posed in protracted situations and in situations where are an amalgamation of multi-dimensional risks.