Linking relief and development
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This Discussion Paper reports on a workshop on 'Linking Relief and Development', held at IDS, Sussex in March 1994. Development and relief often operate at cross-purposes, with different objectives, cultures and modes of operation. Change which leads to mutual reinforcement of the two is an attractive, even a necessary idea; though problematic in the growing number of cases where emergencies are related to conflict. A simple linear sequence, 'relief-rehabilitation-development' is not appropriate: more dynamic models are required, which recognize the complexity and diversity of livelihood strategies. And in selecting interventions, analysis is needed of cost, sequencing and institutional issues.
CitationRoss, J., Maxwell, S. and M. Buchanan-Smith (1994) Linking relief and development. IDS Discussion paper series, 344. Brighton: IDS.
Is part of seriesIDS discussion papers;344
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