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Multi-stakeholder review of post-conflict programming in Aceh : identifying the foundations for sustainable peace and development in Aceh : Ringkasan eksekutif (Bahasa (Indonésio))

The Multi-Stakeholder Review of Post-Conflict Programming in Aceh (MSR) was undertaken by the Aceh Peace-Reintegration Board (BRA), the National Development Planning Agency (BAPPENAS), Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID), Department for International Development (DFID), the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, United Nations Development Program (UNDP), and the World Bank between May 2008 and December 2009 with International Organization for Migration (IOM) contributing in the initial phase. It builds upon recent efforts by BRA and its partners to better plan and coordinates post-conflict programming, based on a shared understanding and strategic vision. The MSR has engaged a wide range of government, international and local stakeholders. The MSR employs a comprehensive framework to identify post-conflict needs and issues in Aceh and ways to most effectively respond to them. It considers issues relating to livelihoods and the economy, politics, security and social cohesion, and governance and institutions. Within each of these areas, the report discusses existing programs, needs, challenges and constraints at the individual, community and macro levels. This allows for a consideration of the policies and programs that can build the foundations for sustainable peace and development in post-conflict Aceh.


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