Power, Livelihoods and Conflict: Case Studies in Political Economy Analysis for Humanitarian Action

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February 2003

This report looks at the application of political economy analysis to humanitarian programming in complex environments. The study, conducted in 2001 and 2002, looked at four cases: Afghanistan, the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, Sierra Leone and the Casamance in Senegal.

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