The Role of Women in Post-Conflict Reconstruction
Helen Kezie-Nwoha, Uchenna Emelonye

This article explored the definition of post conflict reconstruction and evaluates various efforts and lessons learnt from post conflict reconstruction globally, across the African continent and in Uganda more particularly. Four main subject areas were covered, including firstly an understanding of peace building and post conflict reconstruction, drawing from the global experiences and locating it within the African context. It explored key writings that constitute an understanding of post conflict reconstruction, its meaning, aims and objectives and how states have conceptualized post conflict reconstruction policies. Further it investigated the role of different actors, including women in post conflict reconstruction with a view to understanding the politics behind most post conflict reconstruction actions.

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