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The setting after an armed conflict, during a social, political, and economic transition phase, wherein post-conflict communities may deal with destroyed infrastructure, degraded lands, as well as returning refugees, internally displaced persons (IDPs), and ex-combatants.

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Examining-Homelessness-in-Angola
9 January 2021
Angola

Forced evictions, an abundance of petroleum, wealth inequality, economic growth and slums surround the most expensive cities in Angola. Angola, a country, that rose economically after experiencing a three-decade civil war.

Merged districts embroiled in land disputes after getting rid of terrorism
6 May 2021
Pakistan

PESHAWAR: Terror incidents reduced significantly in erstwhile Fata after merger with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The credit for improvement goes to the security forces and other institutions.

Vavuniya farmers’ anguish: Sri Lankan Forest Department land grab forces out Tamil villagers
29 December 2020
Sri Lanka

The people of the village of Aasikulam, Vavuniya stressed the hardships caused by the Sri Lankan Forest Department seizing their land earlier this month, with around 50 families stating they had been affected.  

One of the villagers said, “We depend on the agriculture to maintain our livelihoods and we make our living through the means of Chena cultivation.”

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Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction

Approximately $137.86 billion has been appropriated for Afghanistan relief and reconstruction since 2002. These funds are used to build the Afghan National Security Forces, promote good governance, conduct development assistance, and engage in counter-narcotics and anti-corruption efforts.

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