Development Finance Institutions (DFIs) play a major part in financing, and reducing the risks of, private investment in developing counties. This is all the more important in fragile and conflict-affected environments.

Below are some relevant resources related to the work of the DFI Fragility Forum:

DFI Fragility Forum 2020 Public Communique

Escaping the Fragility Trap: Report of the LSE-Oxford Commission on State Fragility, Growth and Development

DFI Fragility Forum 2019 website

DFI Fragility Forum 2019 Public Communique

Generating private investment in fragile and conflict-affected areas (IFC study)

Pioneering firms in fragile and conflict-affected states: Why and how development finance institutions should support them (World Bank working paper)