The humanitarian-development-peace nexus is a long-term strategic approach for building resilience to natural disasters and conflict. This triple nexus dialogue aims to create structural shifts across the aid system, and influence how aid is planned, financed, coordinated, and delivered. Resilience building requires a synergy between humanitarian response, sustainable development strategies, and peacebuilding. Community-led development is a key element of the triple nexus, focusing on the importance of local leadership to transformation and sustainability.

Hunger and conflict in South Sudan makes a case for the need to adopt the triple nexus in aid programming:

To learn more about the HDPN, email cyrel.sangabriel@thp.org