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ISBN Number: 9789264077386
Publication Date: 11/01/2010
Despite the best of intentions, donors can inadvertently undermine the processes of statebuilding.
How can donors ensure they do no harm? How can they be sure they intervene constructively in fragile situations? Do No Harm provides practical guidance based on the results of research undertaken on behalf of the OECD DAC International Network on Conflict and Fragility (INCAF).
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The book is based on comparative case studies of six countries (Afghanistan, Bolivia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Nepal, Rwanda and Sierra Leone) and a comprehensive literature review. It addresses how the interventions of OECD countries may risk undermining positive statebuilding processes, and makes recommendations as to how this may be avoided in the future. Do No Harm is an important source to guide external engagement in situations of fragility and conflict, both at the policy and the field level.
Access specific case studies directly: Do No Harm: Afghanistan Case Study l Do No Harm: Rwanda Case Study l Do No Harm: Sierra Leone Case Study
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Podcast : Do No Harm : International Support for Statebuilding in Fragile Situations
Do No Harm: Case Study Afghanistan
Do No Harm: Case Study Rwanda
Do No Harm: Case Study Sierra Leone
Conflict & Fragility Series