Options for Aid in Conflict: Lessons from Field Experience

May 2000 | Mary B. Anderson

How can field staff generate programming options that prevent its program from feeding into conflict?

This is a lessons-learned Manual, written by and for aid workers in conflict areas. Drawing on field experience, it is helps the field staff of international aid agencies to understand their working contexts better and to develop programming approaches that support peace rather than war.

 

Suggested Citation: Anderson, Mary B. Options for Aid in Conflict: Lessons from Field Experience. Cambridge, MA: CDA Collaborative Learning Projects, 2000.