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Exchanging weapons for development in Cambodia [electronic resource] :an assessment of different weapon collection strategies by local people / Geofrey Mugumya.

By: Mugumya, Geofrey.
Contributor(s): United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Geneva, Switzerland : UNIDIR, United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research, c2005Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 118 p.) : ill.ISBN: 1423727169 (electronic bk.); 9781423727163 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Disarmament -- Economic aspects -- Cambodia | Firearms -- Cambodia | D�esarmement -- Cambodge | Armes �a feu -- Cambodge | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Political Freedom & Security -- Law Enforcement | Desarme -- Camboya | Armas de fuego -- Camboya | Disarmament -- Economic aspects | Firearms | CambodiaGenre/Form: Electronic books.DDC classification: 363.3309596 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Introduction -- Development and application of the methodology -- Overview of weapon collection: experiences and perspectives of secondary stakeholders -- Men's focus groups: experiences and perspectives of rural-based, urban-based and border-based men -- Women's focus groups: experiences and perspectives of rural-based, urban-based and border-based women -- Focus groups of young men and women: experiences and perspectives of rural-based, urban-based and border-based youth -- Synthesis and analysis of the general lessons learned -- Policy recommendations.
Summary: "Presents the results of the Cambodia case study of the UNIDIR WfD project. Drawn from field research carried out by a UNIDIR research team, the study finds that, by and large, WfD programmes in Cambodia did succeed in attaining their objectives of improving local security conditions and perceptions of targeted communities and, in the process, suggests that a PM&E approach to WfD programme monitoring and evaluation--and, indeed, design and implementation--can yield fruitful results."--Publisher website.
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Introduction -- Development and application of the methodology -- Overview of weapon collection: experiences and perspectives of secondary stakeholders -- Men's focus groups: experiences and perspectives of rural-based, urban-based and border-based men -- Women's focus groups: experiences and perspectives of rural-based, urban-based and border-based women -- Focus groups of young men and women: experiences and perspectives of rural-based, urban-based and border-based youth -- Synthesis and analysis of the general lessons learned -- Policy recommendations.

"Presents the results of the Cambodia case study of the UNIDIR WfD project. Drawn from field research carried out by a UNIDIR research team, the study finds that, by and large, WfD programmes in Cambodia did succeed in attaining their objectives of improving local security conditions and perceptions of targeted communities and, in the process, suggests that a PM&E approach to WfD programme monitoring and evaluation--and, indeed, design and implementation--can yield fruitful results."--Publisher website.

"UNIDIR/2005/6."

"Sales No. GV. E.04.0.28"--T.p. verso.

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