World Bank Discussion Paper No. 331. With the assistance of Emilio Mondo, Taimi Sitari, and Tadesse A. Woldu. Provides a detailed analysis of the intricate nature of the political, economic, and sociocultural issues that arise during the transition from war to peace in Ethiopia, Namibia, and Uganda. These countries offer a unique range of conditions and program models, as well as a variety of successes and failures from which to learn. A recently released overview, The Transition from War to Peace in Sub-Saharan Africa (Stock no. 13581; ISBN 0-8213-3581-2), is based on these country studies and a synthesis of reports of demobilization and reintegration programs in several other countries.The Demobilization and Reintegration of Ex-combatants in Ethiopia, Namibia, and Uganda Nat J. Colletta, Markus Kostner, ... 305 Pakistana#39;s Public Agricultural Enterprises: Inefficiencies, Market Distortions, and Proposals for Reform. ... 312 Procurement and Disbursement Manual for Projects with Community Participation.
|Title||:||Case Studies in War-to-peace Transition|
|Author||:||Nat J. Colletta, Markus Kostner, Ingo Wiederhofer|
|Publisher||:||World Bank Publications - 1996|