Results from the survey highlight the dramatic consequences of displacement on affected households. It destroys or damages their livelihoods and assets, or separates them from those means of survival. Regardless of their settlement status at the time of the survey, households who had experienced displacement were more likely to be poor and food insecure compared to the rest of the population.
This last section explores some of the respondents’ priorities for recovery and peace and security. It then examines the presence and role of development assistance in the affected areas. It concludes with analysis of the complex factors that influence whether displaced households decide to return to their places of origin, settle in new sites, or remain displaced.
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