Saving Lives and Livelihoods: The Fundamentals of a Livelihoods Strategy

Lautze, Sue

Complex emergencies are characterized, in part, by the deliberate exploitation of civilians. Undermining self-sufficiency and productivity are not merely by-products of conflict, but also are the intended consequences of war. In complex emergencies, systems of production are particularly vulnerable, rendering these types of disasters fundamentally different from natural disasters. Consequently, in... read more

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