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Moving Up or Moving Out? A Rapid Livelihoods and Conflict Analysis in Ethiopia by Nick
November 17, 2010, 3:17 pm
Filed under: Articles, Development theory

Mercy Corps recently partnered with Tuft’s University to produce a rapid analysis report and strategic framework about better integrating livelihoods and conflict programs in Mieso-Mulu Woreda, Shinile Zone, Somali Region, Ethiopia. They focus on one district of the Shenile Zone and use a combined livelihoods-conflict analysis to develop a strategic framework that links conflict prevention, land issues, service delivery and strengthened economic activities. The framework uses the concept of economic inter-dependency as a means to support peace, and highlights the need to work across regional state borders in Ethiopia with harmonized programming. Check out the full report here.


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