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Editors: Matthew Clarke (Victoria University, Australia)
Book Description:
Conflict is a major cause of suffering for millions of people throughout the world. Conflict inhibits development and fosters displacement, destruction of infrastructure, loss of food and economic security, abuse of human rights, dislocation of families and communities and loss of cultural identity. In the past, provision of aid was unusual in areas conflict. However, recognition of the immediate human needs within periods of conflict has seen an increased provision and role the provision of aid now plays. Aid in conflict is an emerging area interest that has lacked attention and reflection within the aid and development literature. This edited volume will be an opportunity for development practitioners, community members and theorists to address this situation.

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Preface

Chapter 1: Aid and Development in Conflict Environments: An Introduction and Summary; pp. 1-8
(Matthew Clarke)


Part I Human Security and Institutional Responses


Chapter 2: Conflict and Security Sensitivity: A Pre-Requisite for Effective Development Assistance; pp. 11-19
(Kevin Clements)

Chapter 3: Aid in Conflict Environments: A Donor’s Perspective; pp. 21-34
(Barbara O’Dwyer)

Chapter 4: Development and the Military: The TNI in Aceh; pp. 35-50 (Damien Kingsbury)

Chapter 5: Policing Activities In The South Pacific: Capacity Development Versus Peace Keeping; pp. 51-58
(Will Jamieson)

Chapter 6: Peace-keeping, peace-building and development; pp. 59-74 (Sue Downie)


Part II Sectoral Analysis

Chapter 7: Public Health in Complex Humanitarian Emergencies: Achievements, Challenges and Lessons Learned; pp. 77-105
(Andre Renzaho)

Chapter 8: Beyond economic benefits: the contribution of microfinance to post-conflict recovery in Asia and the Pacific; pp. 107-122
(Pascal Marino)

Chapter 9: Best Practice? Eliminating Microfinance Subsidies in Post-Conflict Environments: The Case of Bougainville; pp. 123-136 (Judith Shaw and Matthew Clarke)

Chapter 10: Integrating gender considerations into conflict and emergency operations: Providing Resources for Australian NGOs; pp. 137-145
(Suzette Mitchell and Caitlin Nunn)



Part II Case Studies

Chapter 11: Post-war Reconstruction and Institutional Capacity Building in Jaffna, Sri Lanka; pp. 149-166
(Basil van Horen and Fikreth Shuaid)

Chapter 12: Partnership in Crisis: Lessons from East Timor; pp. 167-179
(Ann Wigglesworth)

Chapter 13: Linking Relief, Rehabilitation and Development: An evaluation of World Vision’s approach to Emergency Response and Disaster Mitigation across Africa; pp. 181-196
(Andre Renzaho)

Chapter 14: Aid in the Solomon Islands Conflict; pp. 199-208
(Afu Billy)

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   Binding: Hardback
   Pub. Date: 2006
   ISBN: 978-1-59454-975-5
   Status: AV
  
Status Code Description
AN Announcing
FM Formatting
PP Page Proofs
FP Final Production
EP Editorial Production
PR At Prepress
AP At Press
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