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    Livelihoods

    Listening to Youth: The Experiences of Young People in Northern Uganda

    In May 2007, the Women's Commission visited northern Uganda to meet young people and gather their opinions and ideas with respect to the five themes of the Machel Study 10-year Strategic Review: consequences of the conflict; coping strategies; participation in decision-making; peace and reconciliation; and recommendations for the local, national and international community.
    Also available: Summary Report, Report to contributors (English), Report to contributors (Luo)

    Executive Summary - Youth and Sustainable Livelihoods: Linking Vocational Training Programs to ...

    Vocational training (VT) is at the intersection of economic recovery, education and rehabilitation and reintegration.

    Youth and Sustainable Livelihoods: Linking Vocational Training Programs to Market Opportunities...

    Vocational training (VT) is at the intersection of economic recovery, education and rehabilitation and reintegration.

    Field Testing: Market Assessment Toolkit for Vocational Training Providers and Youth

    In March 2009, the Women’s Refugee Commission partnered with a team of graduate students from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) and the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC)’s Youth Education Pack (YEP) to field test the Market Assessment Toolkit for Vocational Training Providers and Youth.

    GBV Livelihoods

    On 27th January 2010 the Permanent Mission of the Principality of Liechtenstein hosted a panel discussion with the Women’s Refugee Commission on: The Link between Livelihoods and Genderbased Violence in Displacement Settings.

    Peril or Protection: The Link Between Livelihoods and Gender-based Violence in Displacement Settings

    The Women's Refugee Commission undertook research to determine whether programs set up to provide women with safe alternative livelihoods do in fact reduce their exposure to violence.

    Livelihoods and the Humanitarian Response in Haiti

    This guidance document highlights general action and specific recommendations for humanitarian assistance practitioners engaged in livelihood programs, such as cash-for-work programming, agrarian interventions and financial support.

    Desperate lives: urban refugee women in Malaysia and Egypt

    The future of displacement is clearly urban – and clearly fraught with challenges. The Women’s Refugee Commission (WRC) has recently undertaken research into the risks and challenges confronting refugee women in urban areas – as well as the opportunities they gain – as they seek to provide for themselves and their families in settings where international assistance is minimal.

    Developper les moyens d'existence

    Manuel de terrain pour les praticiens dans les contextes humanitaires.

    Starting from Scratch: The Challenges of Including Youth in Rebuilding Southern Sudan

    This report is based on an assessment in Southern Sudan in June 2010 to identify young women and men’s skills-building needs, challenges and opportunities; extract lessons learned from existing training programs; and document current and emerging demand for skills in the Southern Sudanese labor market.

    The Living Ain’t Easy, Urban Refugees in Kampala

    This report, based on interviews with 281 refugees and service providers, highlights the constraints and opportunities to improve the livelihoods of urban refugees in Kampala, Uganda. The report is a part of a larger one-year study to understand the economic coping strategies, protection concerns and the local economic environment of urban refugees.

    Bright Lights, Big City: Urban Refugees Struggle to Make a Living in New Delhi

    As part of a year-long study on urban refugee livelihoods, the Women’s Refugee Commission undertook a field assessment trip to New Delhi, India, from late February to mid-March 2011. The assessment focused on refugees‘ economic coping strategies, protection risks associated with those coping strategies and potential market opportunities. Key stakeholders from the service provider, donor and refugee communities were consulted and the findings reflect an amalgamation of the many voices and perspectives gleaned through the interviews, project site visits and focus group discussions.