From War and Resettlement to Peace Development: Some Lessons from Mozambique and UNHCR and World Bank Collaboration
Mozambique's transition from protracted war to peace development offers a special, perhaps unique example of international collaboration in supporting the war to peace transition, because of its sclae and relatively smooth unfolding. One critical element of this transition was the resettlement of up to six million people, most spontaneously and with remarkably little friction and recrimination.
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