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Type Book Section - Demobilization, Land, and Household Livelihoods in Ethiopia
Title From conflict to recovery in Africa
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Publication (Day/Month/Year) 2003
Page numbers 0-0
Publisher Oxford University Press
City Oxford
Country/State United Kingdom
URL http://www.oxfordscholarship.com/view/10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199261031.001.0001/acprof-9780199261031​-chapter-6
Abstract
This chapter discusses land tenure and urban economy conditions in Ethiopia and the implications of both for reintegrating ex-soldiers back into the community. It describes and assesses the objectives of the demobilization and reintegration programmes and their implementation. It then examines the outcomes for ex-soldiers who entered the urban economy, the efficiency of the targeted aid to ex-soldiers, and the extent of their reintegration in the rural economy. The chapter concludes by setting out the lessons that emerge from the Ethiopian experience.

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Dercon, Stefan, Pramila Krishnan, and Daniel Ayalew. "From conflict to recovery in Africa." Demobilization, Land, and Household Livelihoods in Ethiopia (2003).
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