Post-Conflict Agricultural Rehabilitation: Linking Social Protection, Livelihood Promotion and Humanitarianism

Abstract

The background and objectives, research findings, and policy recommendations of the report addressing how international actors might move beyond conventional seeds and tools interventions to address vulnerability and support the agricultural component of rural livelihoods in countries emerging from conflict, are briefly summarized. The report was based on lessons from Afghanistan and Sierra Leone, and draws its analysis from livelihoods analysis and social protection.

Citation

Post-Conflict Agricultural Rehabilitation: Linking Social Protection, Livelihood Promotion and Humanitarianism, Emerging Markets Group (EMG) Ltd, London, UK, 2 pp.

Post-Conflict Agricultural Rehabilitation: Linking Social Protection, Livelihood Promotion and Humanitarianism

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