This report provides an overview of the key themes and existing knowledge on the topics of the Triple Nexus, localization, and local faith actors. The intersection of these topics is particularly important to contemporary aid work because of global commitments to shift power and financing from external to national and local actors, and to commit to a new way of working that overcomes humanitarian and development silos. This is essential to streamline operations across humanitarian, development, and peace work. This report situates the role of faith-based actors within these global policy and programmatic discussions. The specific role of faith-based actors has been little discussed within these debates. More specifically, the role of local and national faith-based actors has received almost no attention.