Use financing tactically to create an enabling environment for solutions to displacement
Aid financing can be used to nudge incentives and broker deals or transactions. Financing agreements can be calibrated to promote inclusion, protection, and consideration of the specific needs of displaced people. This is particularly important in situations of forced displacement, where challenges are not only humanitarian or developmental, they are often first and foremost political, and therefore related to ensuring the rights and protections of displaced people.
ReDSS commissioned research with the central question to ask what type of financing are required to fund solutions to displacement. The overall study logic is depicted in the diagram below.