Post-Conflict Engineering - Reports, Academic Studies and Case Studies
This Collection is part of the 'Post-Conflict Engineering Channel' aimed at improving post-conflict shelter outcomes. It includes technical knowledge on blast impacts on buildings. In parallel, it adopts a self-recovery approach to post-conflict activities.
This Collection has a strong component of self-recovery. In the humanitarian shelter sector, the term ‘self-recovery’ refers to the process where disaster-affected households repair, build or rebuild their shelter themselves or through local builders. However, as a process, it is little understood and rarely put in practice.
Special thanks to Shea Chuey for research contributions on post-conflict engineering and Mbia Eloundou Boris for uploading these resources.
Current guidance comes from leading global organizations: Centre for Research on Peace and Development (CRPD), Governance and Social Development Resource Centre (GSDRC), Humanitarian Practice Network (HPN), International Conference on Building Resilience, Oxfam Feinstein International Center UKAID, UN-HABITAT and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
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