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    Livelihoods

    No Place to Go But Up: Urban Refugees in Johannesburg, South Africa

    As part of a year-long study on urban refugee livelihoods, the Women’s Refugee Commission undertook a field assessment trip to Johannesburg, South Africa, in March/April 2011. The assessment focused on refugees‘ economic coping strategies, associated protection risks and potential market opportunities. This study focused on Somali and Congolese refugees in the inner city and Zimbabwean refugees and poor South Africans in Alexander township.

    We Have No Choice: Safe Access to Firewood in DRC

    The Women's Refugee Commission and the World Food Programme conducted an assessment in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo on access to cooking fuel. This report covers their findings and recommendations.

    Dawn in the City: Guidance for Achieving Self-Reliance for Urban Refugees

    More than 50 percent of refugees now live in urban areas. Eighty percent are hosted by developing nations and 42 percent reside in countries whose per capita GDP is below 3,000 USD. Arriving in cities that are unable to keep pace with the needs of their own burgeoning populations, most refugees live in poverty, in densely populated slums with few services. To help improve understanding of the reality urban refugees face, the Women’s Refugee Commission developed a guidance document that highlights both the livelihood and protection challenges and the opportunities for urban refugees.

    Framework for Urban Refugee Self-Reliance: A How-to Guide

    To accompany the Dawn in the City: Guidance for Achieving Self-Reliance for Urban Refugees report, this framework outlines how to address urban poverty and increase refugee's self-reliance through a graduated approach.

    Preventing Gender-based Violence, Building Livelihoods: Guidance and Tools for Improved Programming

    Women displaced by conflict or natural disaster adopt new strategies to provide for themselves and their families. These new strategies often place them at risk of gender-based violence. This guidance is based on promising practices on how to design safe economic programs and livelihood activities.

    See also our e-learning tool http://www.womensrefugeecommission.org/ … ivelihoods

    Arrested Development: Colombian Youth in Panama

    There are numerous young Colombian refugees living in Panama's cities. But urban violence and the lack of work or educational opportunities hold them back. Learn about our findings and recommendations to improve their prospects.

    Dhalinyarada iyo Dadka Dhibaataysan: Isku xidhka Dhaqaale ee Dhalinyarada Barakacayaasha Nayroobi...

    Young and Restless: Harnessing the Economic Resilience of Displaced Youth in Nairobi (Somali version)

    In Search of Safety and Solutions | Report for Community Contributors | English

    Somali Refugee Adolescent Girls at Sheder and Aw Barre Camps, Ethiopia

    Report for Community Contributors

    In Search of Safety and Solutions | Report for Community Contributors | Amharic

    Sheder iyo Aw Barre, Itoobiya

    Daraasaadka waxaa Fuliyay Komishinka Qaxootiga ee Dumarka

    In Search of Safety and Solutions: Somali Refugee Adolescent Girls at Sheder and Aw Barre Camps, Ethiopia

    Report for Community Contributors - Somali version

    In Search of Safety and Solutions | Executive Summary and Key Recommendations | Amharic

    In Search of Safety and Solutions: Somali Refugee Adolescent Girls at Sheder and Aw Barre Camps, Ethiopia

    Executive Summary and Key Recommendations - Amharic version

    Estancamiento del desarrollo: Jóvenes colombianos en Panamá

    Arrested Development: Colombian Youth in Panama - Spanish version

    Shifting Sands: Risk and Resilience among Refugee Youth in Cairo

    Young men and women displaced in Cairo, Egypt, face many barriers to both their learning and earning opportunities. Read about the WRC's assessment findings and recommendations on how to improve their prospects.

    Shifting Sands: Risk and Resilience among Refugee Youth in Cairo - Community Contributors - Tigrinya

    Young men and women displaced in Cairo, Egypt, face many barriers to both their learning and earning opportunities. Read about the WRC's assessment findings and recommendations on how to improve their prospects.

    THIS REPORT IS FOR COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTORS WHOM THE WRC INTERVIEWED IN CAIRO.

    Shifting Sands: Risk and Resilience among Refugee Youth in Cairo - Community Contributors - English

    Young men and women displaced in Cairo, Egypt, face many barriers to both their learning and earning opportunities. Read about the WRC's assessment findings and recommendations on how to improve their prospects.

    THIS REPORT IS FOR COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTORS WHOM THE WRC INTERVIEWED IN CAIRO.

    Shifting Sands: Risk and Resilience among Refugee Youth in Cairo - Community Contributors - Amharic

    Young men and women displaced in Cairo, Egypt, face many barriers to both their learning and earning opportunities. Read about the WRC's assessment findings and recommendations on how to improve their prospects.

    THIS REPORT IS FOR COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTORS WHOM THE WRC INTERVIEWED IN CAIRO.

    Shifting Sands: Risk and Resilience among Refugee Youth in Cairo - Community Contributors - Somali

    Young men and women displaced in Cairo, Egypt, face many barriers to both their learning and earning opportunities. Read about the WRC's assessment findings and recommendations on how to improve their prospects.

    THIS REPORT IS FOR COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTORS WHOM THE WRC INTERVIEWED IN CAIRO.

    Economic Empowerment of Urban Refugee Youth: Guiding Principles

    In many countries in the Global South, rapid urbanization is giving rise to normalized daily violence and low-level armed conflict in densely populated slums. A sizeable minority of the people coping with these conditions are refugees aged 15-25. The urban context presents unique barriers to the economic success of displaced young women and men, but also some significant advantages.

    The Women's Refugee Commission has developed these guiding principles for building an enabling environment for urban refugee youth livelihoods, based on research in Cairo, Nairobi and Panama City.

    Economic Empowerment of Urban Refugee Youth: Guiding Principles. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

    In many countries in the Global South, rapid urbanization is giving rise to normalized daily violence and low-level armed conflict in densely populated slums. A sizeable minority of the people coping with these conditions are refugees aged 15-25. The urban context presents unique barriers to the economic success of displaced young women and men, but also some significant advantages.

    This is the executive summary version of the Women's Refugee Commission's guiding principles for building an enabling environment for urban refugee youth livelihoods, based on research in Cairo, Nairobi and Panama City.

    Read the full report here.