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Gender and post conflict development: Experiences of female-headed households

28 August, 2014 : 10:07

An increase in female-headed households is one of the most significant features of post-conflict realities in Asia and Africa. It is, therefore, imperative that we foster a better understanding of the implications for post-war development and, in particular, the experiences of women who are the economic and social bulwarks of such families.

Read the article here: Gender and post conflict development: Expereinces of female-headed households 

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This blog will feature reflections from our team of researchers on the practicalities of actually conducting research in conflict-affected situations. We will also be posting guest blogs written by key researchers and practioners working on livelihoods, basic services and social protection in conflict-affected situations.