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Conflict management and disaster risk reduction: a case study of Kenya

Source(s):  Feinstein International Center (FIC)
Kenya Red Cross Society (KRCS)
Nairobi Peace Initiative - Africa (NPI - Africa)
Tufts University
United States Agency for International Development (USAID)

This report explores the links between disaster risk reduction and conflict prevention, with a specific focus on Kenya. The overall objective is to develop a livelihoods approach to understanding and reducing the risk of households and communities who have been, or are likely to be, affected by disasters. Conflict is linked to livelihoods through both cause and effect pathways, but the linkages between conflict mitigation and disaster risk reduction at the level of policy and program are limited. This study seeks to understand those linkages at the community level, and strengthen the policy connections.



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  • Conflict management and disaster risk reduction: a case study of Kenya
  • Publication date 2013
  • Author(s) Idris, Ahmed; Odoyo, Nicholas; Maruga, Peter; Kariuki, Nahashon; Maxwell, Daniel; Marshak, Anastasia; Richards, Simon
  • Number of pages 66 p.

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