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Perceptions of post-conflict livelihood interventions in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan: targeting, access and relevance
Qasim Ali Shah and Babar Shahbaz
Working Paper
SDPI
Pakistan
26/02/2015

Swat and Lower Dir districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) province, Pakistan, have both undergone violent conflicts and natural disaster recently, and have seen a huge inflow of international development aid. Livelihood recovery in post-conflict situations is often the foremost priority of international development assistance in fragile- and conflict-affected states. This paper seeks to provide analysis of the relevance of post-conflict and disaster livelihood interventions from a beneficiary perspective.

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