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Forced Displacement of and Potential Solutions for IDPS and Refugees in the Sahel : Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania, and Niger

ABSENCE OF VIOLENCE ACCESS TO EMPLOYMENT ACCESS TO LAND ACCESS TO MARKETS ACCESS TO SERVICES ACCESSIBILITY ACCOUNT AFFECTED POPULATIONS AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT ARMED CONFLICT ARMED VIOLENCE BASIC NEEDS BASIC SERVICES CAUSES OF DISPLACEMENT CHILDREN AT RISK CHRONIC POVERTY CITIZENS CITIZENSHIP CLIMATE CHANGE COMMUNITIES OF ORIGIN CONFLICT RESOLUTION CONTEXTUAL FACTORS COUNTRY OF ORIGIN CRIMINAL ACTIVITY DEMOGRAPHIC GROWTH DEVELOPMENT INTERVENTIONS DEVELOPMENT PLANNING DIASPORA DISEASES DISPLACED PEOPLE DISSEMINATION DIVERSITY ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES ECONOMIC STATUS EDUCATION FEES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES EMPLOYMENT CREATION ENCAMPMENTS ETHNIC COMPOSITION ETHNIC DIVERSITY ETHNIC GROUP ETHNIC GROUPS EXPROPRIATION FAMILIES FARMERS FOOD INSECURITY FOOD SECURITY FOOD SUPPLIES FORCED MORE GLOBAL POLICY HEALTH SERVICES HEALTH WORKERS HOST COMMUNITIES HOST COUNTRY HOST POPULATION HOUSING HUMAN CAPITAL HUMAN TRAFFICKING HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE IMPACT OF CONFLICT IMPOVERISHMENT INCLUSION INFLUX OF REFUGEES INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS INTERNATIONAL BORDERS LABOR MARKET LAND USE LEARNING LIMITED RESOURCES LIVELIHOOD OPPORTUNITIES LIVING CONDITIONS LOCAL COMMUNITIES LOCAL POPULATION LOSS OF ASSETS MARGINALIZATION MASS MIGRATION MEAT MIGRANT MIGRANT WORKERS MIGRANTS MIGRATION MIGRATION ISSUES MIGRATION PATTERNS MIGRATIONS MINORITY MITIGATION MOBILITY MORTALITY NATIONAL BOUNDARIES NATIONAL GOVERNMENTS NATIONALS NATURAL RESOURCES NOMADIC PASTORALISTS NOMADISM NOMADS NUTRITION PEACE PLACES OF ORIGIN POLICY DIALOGUE POLICY FRAMEWORK POLITICAL INSTABILITY POPULATION DENSITY POPULATION MOVEMENT POPULATION MOVEMENTS POPULATION TREND POPULATION TRENDS PRIMARY SCHOOL PRIVATE SCHOOLS PROGRESS PUBLIC EDUCATION REFUGEE REFUGEE CAMPS REFUGEE CHILDREN REFUGEE POPULATION REFUGEE SITUATIONS REFUGEE STATUS REFUGEES REGIONAL POLICY RESOURCE ALLOCATION RETURN OF REFUGEES RETURNEE RETURNEES RULE OF LAW SAFETY NETS SCARCE RESOURCES SCHOOL AGE SCHOOL CALENDAR SCHOOLS SECONDARY SCHOOL SECONDARY SCHOOL LEVEL SERVICE DELIVERY SERVICE PROVISION SOCIAL COHESION SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL DIFFERENCES SOCIAL SERVICES SOCIAL TENSIONS TEACHERS TRANSPORTATION UNEMPLOYMENT URBAN AREAS URBAN MIGRATION URBANIZATION VICTIMS VIOLENCE VOCATIONAL TRAINING VOLUNTARY REPATRIATION VULNERABILITY VULNERABLE GROUPS WAR WATER RESOURCES YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT
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Washington, DC
Africa
2014-09-08T20:47:24Z | 2014-09-08T20:47:24Z | 2014-08

A development response to forced displacement in the Sahel requires a regional approach. Such an approach would have the benefits of being able to: (i) overcome challenges relating to cross--- border movements, (ii) obtain commitments by host governments to support the prospects of displaced from neighboring countries and (iii) facilitate common approaches, shared conceptualization and learning. A regional approach will be appropriate in the context of ECOWAS cooperation, as three of five countries suffering the heaviest displacement in the region are members of that organization, namely Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger. The purpose of this scoping study on forced displacement is to contribute towards the formulation of a regional policy framework for sustainable solutions to displacement and towards the substantiation of a development response. This study, undertaken jointly by UNHCR and the Global Program on Forced Displacement (GPFD) in the Social Development Department (SDV) of the World Bank in June 2013, indicates that the main development challenges for the displaced in the region.

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