Aid for Peace: A Guide to Planning and Evaluation for Conflict Zones
Book - Nomos Publishers
Thania Paffenholz and Luc Reychler
Armed conflict has become the overarching challenge for foreign policy and puts development and humanitarian assistance at considerable risk. How to deal with this situation? What to do? A milestone in its field, Aid for Peace provides conceptual thought and practical support. It leads both practitioner and academic reader through a planning and evaluation process that helps the user to better design development, humanitarian, and peacebuilding interventions in conflict-prone areas of the world.