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Case Studies | May 30, 2017

Integrating Peacebuilding, Governance and Gender for Influence and Impact

Experiences and Lessons from Recent Cases

This short volume provides an important contribution to evidence-based learning by providing three case studies that illustrate how CRS integrates peacebuilding, governance and gender into its development and humanitarian programs. The accompanying essay, written by the University of Notre Dame Keough School of Global Affairs’ Dr. David Cortright, draws out the promising practices and lessons learned from the case studies and grounds them in the latest academic research.

Foreword 

Introduction 

Land Tenure and Peacebuilding in Madagascar

Government reform 

Project activities 

Project results

Lessons 

Gender Dynamics in Food Production and Marketing in Southern Malawi 

CRS and the Wellness and Agriculture for Life Advancement Project (WALA) 

Household-level challenges 

Project goals and activities

Project results

Observations 

Local Solutions to Land Conflict in Mindanao, Philippines 

The CRS 3B approach

Project results

MIWGS: A critical structure

Policy lessons

Lessons from the Three Cases

Lessons from other CRS programs

Research findings on governance

Towards integral human development