Fragility, Conflict and Violence

The Fragility, Conflict and Violence (FCV) collection contains datasets of multiple types and sources, and reproducible code, intended to support analytical work for research and operations on issues related to forced displacement, food insecurity, and other aspects of fragility and conflicts.

1417 datasets

The maintenance of the collection is supported by the UK-UNHCR-World Bank research program on forced displacement. This program, funded by UK Aid, is managed by the World Bank Group (WBG) and was established in partnership with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). The objective of the program is to expand the global knowledge on forced displacement by funding quality research and disseminating results for the use of practitioners and policy makers.

The collection covers datasets originating from countries in Fragile and Conflict-Affected Situations (FCS) and datasets covering topics related to fragility and conflict independently of their geographic coverage.

Latest additions

World Bank Group Country Survey 2023
Central African Republic
Public Opinion Research Group
Feb 14, 2024
Monthly currency exchange rate estimates by market
Senegal
Bo Pieter Johannes Andrée
Feb 11, 2024
Monthly currency exchange rate estimates by market
Philippines
Bo Pieter Johannes Andrée
Feb 11, 2024
Monthly currency exchange rate estimates by market
Malawi
Bo Pieter Johannes Andrée
Feb 11, 2024
Monthly currency exchange rate estimates by market
Mauritania
Bo Pieter Johannes Andrée
Feb 11, 2024
Monthly currency exchange rate estimates by market
Sri Lanka
Bo Pieter Johannes Andrée
Feb 11, 2024
Monthly currency exchange rate estimates by market
Libya
Bo Pieter Johannes Andrée
Feb 11, 2024
Monthly currency exchange rate estimates by market
Kenya
Bo Pieter Johannes Andrée
Feb 11, 2024
Monthly currency exchange rate estimates by market
Indonesia
Bo Pieter Johannes Andrée
Feb 11, 2024
Monthly currency exchange rate estimates by market
Guinea
Bo Pieter Johannes Andrée
Feb 11, 2024

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As of February 24, 2024
the collection contains

1,417

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