Rural Recovery in Fragile States: Agricultural support in countries emerging from conflict

Briefing papers
February 2007
Catherine Longley, Ian Christopolos, Tom Slaymaker and Silvestro Meseka

Despite on-going debates surrounding the usefulness of the term 'fragile states', there is general consensus that donors and aid actors must engage more effectively in such countries. This paper examines the question of how international aid actors might support the agricultural component of rural livelihoods in fragile states that are emerging from conflict.

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