Violent Conflicts and Displacement in Central Mindanao - Challenges for recovery and development was a joint project of the World Bank and the World Food Programme.
Patrick Vinck led the design of the study and wrote the report. Ed Bell wrote the Key Findings based on the Full Report written by Patrick Vinck. Matt Stephens, Fermin Adriano and Dipayan Bhattacharyya provided inputs throughout the study and report writing.
The primary data were collected by the University of South-eastern Philippines, Davao City in November and December 2010.
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