Human Mobility

Research and recommendations for U.S. government and multilateral policymakers, development and humanitarian assistance practitioners, private sector actors, and others interested in state fragility and human mobility issues is led by the Project on Fragility and Mobility. Other programs, including CSIS’s Project on Prosperity and Development, Humanitarian Agenda, Global Food Security Program, and Global Health Policy Center, also contribute toward this mission.

Photo: JOHN WESSELS/AFP via Getty Images

Photo: JOHN WESSELS/AFP via Getty Images

Evaluating Mozambique’s Security, Humanitarian, and Funding Landscape

The United States and international community needs to reevaluate funding and response models to mitigate Mozambique’s devolving security landscape, weakened humanitarian coordination, and low levels of trust between actors.

Commentary by Nicolas Jude Larnerd and Emilia Columbo — August 8, 2023

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