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In a presentation in Juba, South Sudan on 13 February 2014, Joel Hellman of the World Bank stated, 'If countries experience repeated cycles of poor governance, low investment, new stresses and violent relapses, they can remain stuck in a fragility
trap.' According to this, South Sudan is stuck in a fragility
He said fragility
has significant spill-over effects that can put at risk the development prospects of entire regions.
"There is not one category of countries to which this type of fragility
applies." Kaberuka said.
That characterisation of the mutually reinforcing impact of conflict, fragility
, and poverty on development as a 'trap' draws from an extensive body of academic and policy literature, including from Jeffrey Sachs, Paul Collier, the World Bank's 2011 World Development Report, and many other sources.
Indentifying keys to breaking the cycle of fragility
, Under-Secretary-General Heyzer underlined the importance of citizen security; the strengthening of institutions; good democratic governance; accountable management of resources; and regional & global partnerships.
Since "fragile" states are generally seen as those lacking state capacity, legitimacy, or will to deliver basic services, much of the policy responses to state fragility
have emphasized state building.
mapping seeks to determine the capability of the physical environment to support human intervention.
There were no significant differences in erythrocyte osmotic fragility
and PCV of the rats fed different diets.
Critique: A deftly scripted and page-turner of a read from beginning to end, "The Fragility
of Bodies" is an original and extraordinary novel by an author who exhibits a distinctively reader engaging narrative storytelling style.
Summary: We are living in a world that witnesses many fragility
elements each passing day.