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From September 28 - October 1, 2003, the Stanley Foundation with the sponsorship of the Government of Switzerland hosted a conference entitled "Strengthening the UN-Angolan Partnership to Help Angola's Displaced and War-Affected." The meeting took place in Geneva, with 30 participants from the Government of Angola, Angolan civil society, donor governments, key UN agencies, and the World Bank. The discussions focused on the range of challenges involved as Angola moves from severe humanitarian emergency to stability and economic development.
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The Preventive Action Programme at ACCORD, in collaboration with Angola 2000 and the Development Workshop in Luanda, hosted a training workshop for civil society organisations entitled, Building Peace in Angola: Civil Society and Conflict Prevention, in Luanda from 21 - 25 July 2003. The workshop was the first activity in Angola for the Preventive Action Programme, as well as for the partnership between ACCORD, Angola 2000, and the Development Workshop.
AFRICAN SECURITY ANALYSIS PROGRAMME OCCASIONAL PAPER,
Forced Migration Review, May 2003
Published in Monograph No 83, April 2003
João Gomes and Imogen Parsons
An investigation of the feasibility of an ENN research workshop
Pilot study report
By Marie McGrath, Jeremy Shoham, Fiona O'Reilly
Participation of affected populations has become a central tenet of policy for a number of humanitarian agencies. The 1994 Code of Conduct for the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and NGOs in Disaster Relief commits signatory agencies 'to involve programme beneficiaries in the management of relief aid'. Despite policy level commitments, there remains wide variation in practice.
On April 4, 2002, six weeks after the death of Jonas Savimbi, the National Front for the Liberation of Angola (UNITA) signed a ceasefire agreement with the Angolan government that brought an end to twenty years of brutal civil war.
Summary of meeting
By Marie McGrath (ENN)
On November 5th, 2002 a meeting was convened by MSF Belgium on the nutritional situation in Southern Africa.
by Judith Lewis, Coordinator
United Nations Regional Inter-Agency Coordination and Support Office in Southern Africa (RIACSO)
By Gaëlle Fedida
Since 1993, Gaëlle Fedida has worked in humanitarian aid in a wide variety of countries, including Croatia, Burundi, Cameroon, Congo Brazzaville and Afghanistan. Now based in Paris, she is in charge of the Food Aid Programme for MSF France operations. In this article, the author describes how recent experiences in Angola and Southern Africa have led her to challenge how the humanitarian community define and prioritise need in emergencies.
Since 1995, MSF France has had a food aid cell at their headquarters in Paris.
This report by Nicolas de Torrenté