What is INCAF?
The International Network on Conflict and Fragility (INCAF) is a unique decision-making forum which brings together diverse stakeholders to support development outcomes in the world’s most challenging situations.
Based on a whole-of-government approach, INCAF adopts an inclusive approach to its work by engaging with multiple policy communities and partner countries. INCAF was established in 2009 as a subsidiary body of the OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC).
What does INCAF do?
INCAF helps development partners, international organisations and partner countries to respond to conflict and fragility by working on cutting-edge policy and programming and by acting as a dialogue facilitator between development partners and partner countries.
INCAF's four areas of work:
Who does INCAF work with?
INCAF works with diverse stakeholders including: civil society organisations, development partners, governments, international organisations and partner countries (fragile states in particular).
INCAF works in close partnership with the UN, NATO, the World Bank and other bilateral and multilateral agencies dealing with conflict and fragility. It facilitates co-ordination between them and provides a platform for sharing experiences. INCAF also brings together providers of South-South co-operation through consultation and regular dialogue.
What are INCAF’s main functions?
- Promote lessons learned and good practice in headquarters and in the field
- Set international norms and provide guidance to improve donor responses to conflict and fragility
- Track results in the field and globally
International Network on Conflict and Fragility - Who we are and what we do?