From 2011 to 2016, the Secure Livelihoods Research Consortium (SLRC) implemented packages of quantitative and qualitative research across eight countries affected by fragility and conflict: Afghanistan, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Nepal, Pakistan, Sierra Leone, South Sudan, Sri Lanka and Uganda. Five synthesis reports drawing on six years of work in eight countries that draw conclusions for policy and practice on conflict, violence and fragility. They bring together and analyse all relevant material on SLRC’s overarching research questions, with a view to drawing out broader lessons that will be of use to policy makers, practitioners and researchers.
To access an overview of all 5 SLRC reports, kindly follow the link. For individual reports, please follow the links below:
- Service delivery, public perceptions and state legitimacy. A synthesis of SLRC’s material on the first overarching research question above.
- Service delivery and state capacity. A synthesis of SLRC’s material on its second overarching research question.
- Livelihoods, conflict and recovery. A synthesis of SLRC’s material on its third overarching research question.
- Markets, conflict and recovery. A more focused synthesis of the role that markets and the private sector play in processes of livelihood recovery. It links to and informs the ‘Livelihoods, conflict and recovery’ report.
- Tracking livelihoods, service delivery and governance. A synthesis of SLRC’ cross-country survey findings, drawing on two rounds of data collection with the same respondents.