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Minerals and Conflict

Author: USAID
Publication Date: 2005

Description: This toolkit is part of a series that explores how development assistance can address key risk factors associated with conflict. This toolkit: 1) examines the relationship between valuable minerals, such as diamonds or coltan, and violence; 2) discusses lessons learned in developing programs to deal with “conflict commodities”; 3) presents a range of program options; 4) provides a survey instrument that identifies key questions related to minerals and conflict; and 5) identifies relevant USAID mechanisms and implementing partners.

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