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Reintegration Opportunities for Vulnerable Households of Ex-Combatants Demobilized through PNDDR : An Overview of the Socioeconomic Situation of Pilot Project Beneficiaries Two Years Following Project Closure - Maniema, Democratic Republic of Congo

ACCESS TO HEALTH ACCESS TO HEALTH SERVICES ACCESS TO INFORMATION ARMED CONFLICT ARMED FORCES BEATING COMMUNITIES CONFLICT CONTROL GROUPS DEMOBILIZATION DESCRIPTION DISSEMINATION DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ECONOMIC INDICATORS ECONOMIC REINTEGRATION ECONOMIC SITUATION ECONOMIC STATUS ELECTIONS EQUALITY EX-COMBATANT EX-COMBATANTS EXCOMBATANTS EXTENDED FAMILY FEMALE FEMALE COMBATANTS FEMALES FOCUS GROUP DISCUSSIONS GENDER GENDER PERSPECTIVE GENDER SENSITIVITY GENDER SENSITIZATION GIRLS HEALTH-CARE SERVICES HOME OWNERSHIP HOME VISITS HOMES HOUSEHOLD ASSETS HOUSEHOLD BUDGET HOUSEHOLD LEVEL HOUSEHOLD SIZE HOUSEHOLDS HUSBANDS INCOME INCOME-GENERATING ACTIVITIES INTERNATIONAL BANK INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY INTERVENTION KNOWLEDGE ON GENDER LAND OWNERSHIP LEARNING LITERACY RATES LOCAL RADIO STATIONS M&E ACTIVITIES MARITAL STATUS MEETING MEN AT RISK MOSQUITO NET MOSQUITO NETS MOTHER NATIONS NGO NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS PAS PEACE PILOT PROJECT POSTERS PRACTITIONERS PROGRAMS PROGRESS PROJECT BENEFICIARIES PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION PURCHASING POWER QUALITATIVE INFORMATION QUALITATIVE RESEARCH RADIO RECONCILIATION RECONSTRUCTION RETENTION RATE SCHOOL ATTENDANCE SEX SEXUAL VIOLENCE SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL IMPACT SOCIAL INDICATORS SOCIAL REINTEGRATION SOCIAL STATUS SPOUSE SPOUSES STD TARGETING TRAININGS UNDP UNFPA UNITED NATIONS UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME UNPLANNED PREGNANCIES VIOLENCE VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN VULNERABILITY VULNERABLE GROUPS WIDOWS WOMAN YOUNG MEN
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Washington, DC
Africa | Congo, Democratic Republic of
2014-04-16T18:54:43Z | 2014-04-16T18:54:43Z | 2013-05

The Learning on Gender and Conflict in Africa (LOGiCA) program aims to increase gender-specific programming in post-conflict countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, with a focus on demobilization and reintegration (D&R) in the Great Lakes region (GLR), and gender-specific issues arising from armed conflict. Specific objectives are: (i) to increase gender-sensitive programming in D&R operations in the GLR by better addressing the gender-differentiated needs of male and female combatants; and (ii) to generate knowledge and good practices on how to address gender and conflict issues, with a focus on learning initiatives addressing sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV), vulnerable women, and young men at risk in Sub-Saharan Africa. This study pertains to generating knowledge on gender sensitivity in D&R programming. The study aimed to determine: (i) the extent to which the results of the intervention had been sustained by individual beneficiaries and associations, (ii) the related role of support provided through the pilot project, and (iii) the well-being of beneficiaries relative to the rest of the community, more specifically in comparison with ex-combatants supported by the Program National de Desarmement, Demobilisation, et Reinsertion (PNDDR) but not eligible for participation in the pilot project.

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