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Agricultural Rehabilitation: Mapping the Linkages Between Humanitarian Relief, Social Protection and Development

longley Catherine, Christoplos Ian, Slaymaker Tom
Longley, Catherine (ed.); Slaymaker, Tom (ed.); Christoplos, Ian (ed.)


This paper addresses the question of how to support the livelihoods of rural people who have been affected by conflict. Specifically, it focuses on 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. It examines, both conceptually and practically, how agricultural rehabilitation can contribute to linking humanitarian assistance, social protection and longer-term development through the provision of effective support in ways that are consistent with core humanitarian principles as well as with livelihoods and rights-based approaches. The paper is based on lessons from Afghanistan and Sierra Leone, and draws its analysis from livelihoods work and social protection


agricultural rehabilitation

Published in

Humanitarian Policy Group Research Report
2006, number: 22
ISBN: 0 85003 785 9
Publisher: Overseas Development Institute

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    UKÄ Subject classification

    Economics and Business
    Social Sciences
    Food Science
    Agricultural Science

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