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Protracted displacement: Uncertain paths to self-reliance in exile

Annex 8 - Case studies: Colombia, Darfur, Jordan and Uganda


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Resource type:Research, reports and studies
Keywords:Capacity development, Development & humanitarian aid, Internal Displacement, Livelihoods, Refugees/IDPs
Countries:Colombia, Jordan, Sudan, Uganda
Agency:Humanitarian Policy Group, ODI - Overseas Development Institute
Author(s):Crawford, N. et al.
Date published:September 2015

In 2015 ODI conducted research into the effectiveness and impact of actual self-reliance and livelihood interventions.The paper Protracted displacement: Uncertain paths to self-reliance in exile aims to help fill the respective evidence gap, first by drawing a snapshot of global protracted displacement and then by exploring how aid agencies and governments have contributed to sustainable livelihoods among the long-term displaced.

 The findings of the paper are drawn from four country case studies, in Sudan/Darfur, Colombia (IDPs), Uganda and Jordan (refugees). This document details the findings of the four case studies.

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