Research and reports to give insight into the plight of IDPs and the vulnerabilities that keep them in protracted displacement. The papers also promote policy solutions to close the transition gap from aid dependence to self-reliance.
Guest Article for the Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC)
In this guest blog for the Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre, I share my experience working with internally displaced persons in Nigeria and lessons learned to close the transition gap from aid-dependence to self-reliance.
Achieving self-reliance will improve IDPs’ state of mind and enable them to earn a living, creating a path to leaving the camp and reintegrating into society with dignity.
The Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC) is the world’s authoritative source of data and analysis on internal displacement. The IDMC’s work informs policy and operational decisions that improve the lives of millions of people living in internal displacement.
A MULTISECTORAL APPROACH TO INTERNAL DISPLACEMENT
AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO REHABILITATING IDPS WITH DIGNITY
CHRISTMAS CHEER REPORT
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