Enhancing socio-economic opportunities for ex-combatants in post-conflict environments: Case study series
The findings of a series of case studies which explore the socio-economic aspects of reintegration programmes for ex-combatants in Nepal, Liberia and Uganda.
The series includes three case studies:
- Liberia: This case study critically explores the effectiveness of the component of the disarmament, demobilisation, rehabilitation and reintegration programme geared towards providing ex-combatants with long-term livelihood opportunities and psycho-social support.
- Nepal: This case study discusses rehabilitation efforts in Nepal following the Comprehensive Peace Accord of 2006 and geared towards those ex-combatants who were either verified minors or late recruits.
- Uganda: This case study examines the difficulties of socio-economic reintegration faced not only by ex-combatants, but also by IDPs and war-affected youth in the post-conflict environment of Uganda.
Enhancing socio-economic opportunities for ex-combatants in Liberia
Enhancing socio-economic opportunities for ex-combatants in Nepal
Enhancing socio-economic opportunities for ex-combatants in Uganda