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Shankar has over 15 years of experience working in conflict and post-conflict environments, including in Timor-Leste, West Bank, Gaza and Kosovo.
Though domestic violence is a global issue affecting about one in three women worldwide, IRC chose to focus on these three West African countries to show how the problem can become more severe in post-conflict environments.
This phenomenon is analogous with ill-informed or ill-prepared healthcare practitioners who, while being competent, proficient or even expert when practising within the relatively controlled environment of the developed world practice, subsequently become overwhelmed by the stark reality of the disaster or post-conflict environment.
Their topics include guiding principles for human rights field officers working in conflict and post-conflict environments, a fresh view of protection, working for internally displaced people, responses to terrorism, support for criminal justice, and freedom of expression.
In collaboration with international donors, 2 000 teachers of Osh and Jalal-Abad were trained to communicate with children in post-conflict environment.
Unless you were very attentive to the problem, it gets embedded and thereafter in a post-conflict environment, you have huge difficulties trying to eradicate the problem," he said.
They provide invaluable assistance to Afghanistan in addressing problems of poverty and inequity in a fragile, post-conflict environment.
The ACBF's experience in supporting capacity development in fragile and post-conflict environments has shown that it is possible to effectively combine the strategy of strengthening the regulatory functions of the state and developing the organisations needed for service delivery at the same time.