The staggering numbers of Internally Displaced People, many of whom are in protracted displacement situations, illustrate the need for longer-term, multidisciplinary efforts at the systemic level. With 13+ years of experience in catalysing cross-cutting systemic change for Internally Displaced Persons, JIPS bolsters the unique spaces that collaborative data processes bring.
JIPS’ approaches foster vertical and horizontal cohesion of different government actors as well as HDP nexus actors by involving national and subnational government entities alongside key local and international actors from the humanitarian, development and peace nexus, but also local and displaced communities.
This sets the basis for evidence-based, locally owned, and community-based solutions, plans and strategies. It also helps strengthen the linkages between fast-track humanitarian response, recovery actions, and development solutions, by informing innovative humanitarian-development programming to reduce displacement-induced inequalities and address root causes of displacement. It further supports governments’ efforts to advance towards the SDGs and enable development pathways to solutions that ensure no one is left behind and social cohesion is strengthened.