DW AngolaPost-Conflict Risk Mapping 2004 - 2006

Post-Conflict Risk Mapping 2004 - 2006

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Development Workshop recognised that is was important to understand progress with the post-conflict processes, and their viability and sustainability, and to identify any problems with implementation of these processes. Development Workshop recognised that it is particularly important to monitor progress, and to understand the dynamics of and challenges to peace, in areas distant from the capital where the challenges are greatest, where the capacity to implement some of the post-conflict processes is probably weakest and where a lack of progress may go unnoticed. Only if progress is monitored, and the dynamics of and challenges to peace understood, will it be possible to advocate actions that support peace-building.

Therefore during 2004 and 2005 Development Workshop has been carrying out an assessment of post-conflict Angola, the outlook for sustainable peace and future risks. This has been done through a review of existing recent research and situation reports, interviews with key informants, visits to four Provinces and localised case studies in these four Provinces.

Supported by: International Development Research Centre (IDRC) Netherlands Institute for Southern Africa (NIZA) Christian Aid (UK).

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After The Guns Fall Silent: Sustainable Peace Analysis And Risk Mapping For Post-Conflict Angola Final Report

Wednesday, 1 March, 2006
This report is based on a assessment of post-conflict Angola by Development Workshop, carried out in 2004 and 2005 through a review of existing recent research and situation reports, interviews with key informants, visits to four Provinces and localised case studies in these four Provinces. The aims of the report are to create awareness of the challenges of creating a sustainable peace in Angola...

Angola - Zaire Province Pilot Project: Sustainable Peace Monitoring and Risk Mapping Proposal to IDRC

Friday, 1 October, 2004
Development Workshop has identified the need for a more systematic collection, in a number of Provinces, of information from a variety of sources that will permit a deeper understanding of the dynamics in those Provinces and subsequently the monitoring of changes there. DW intends to pilot this approach in Zaire Province, in the north of Angola. Zaire Province is one of the Provinces that has...

Post-conflict Angola: Sustainable Peace Assessment and Risk Mapping Proposal to Christian Aid

Thursday, 1 January, 2004
The purpose of the research project is: 1) To investigate the progress with the key post-conflict processes in Angola through reviewing the main literature, interviewing key informants and carrying out local levels studies in four different areas of Angola. 2) To test and adapt systems of information collection for continuously tracking progress in creating a sustainable peace and for monitoring...

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