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Resources and Livelihood

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This section examines households’ perceptions of their surrounding environment (e.g. security). It looks at their resources or capital (social, natural, economic)available to households, as well as how those resources were being used to shape livelihood strategies and livelihood outcomes such as food security. The results give insights into the complex interaction between, on the one hand, displacement and settlement options, and, on the other hand,access to basic needs, services and livelihood strategies.

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