Impact Assessments of Livelihoods-based Drought Interventions in Moyale and Dire Woredas A Pastoralist Livelihoods Initiative report produced by the Feinstein International Center in partnership with CARE, Save the Children, and USAID-Ethiopia

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| March 2007

The Pastoralist Livelihoods Initiative (PLI) is a two-year program funded by USAID Ethiopia which combines field level implementation and learning in pastoral areas, with the development of national guidelines for…

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Coming to Terms with the Humanitarian Imperative in Iraq

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By Greg Hansen | January 2007

Highlighting major changes in the context in Iraq and rapid deterioration of the humanitarian situation, this brief report summarizes an Iraq country study to be issued in final form as…

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Challenges to Peace and Recovery in Darfur A Situation Analysis of the Ongoing Conflict and its Continuing Impact on Livelihoods

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By Helen Young, Abdal Monium Osman | December 2006

Despite the uncertainties about the future of the Darfur Peace Accord, this paper was developed to inform and strengthen the Darfur Joint Assessment Mission (DJAM) and Early Recovery Plan which…

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Movement on the Margins Livelihoods and Security in Kitgum District, Northern Uganda

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The protracted conflict in northern Uganda has created profound insecurity, brought the widespread loss of agrarian livelihoods, and pushed nearly two million people into internal displacement camps. With the current…

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Humanitarian Agenda 2015: Occupied Palestinian Territory case study

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By Larissa Fast | November 2006

This study of the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt) is part of Phase II of HA2015 which includes a larger set of case studies. As with the other case studies, the…

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