Women in the APRP second project final report
PTRO’s training and mentoring programme ran in 12 districts in four provinces of Afghanistan affected by reintegration of former insurgents. This programme report covers the second phase of the project, wherein PTRO staff provided training and ongoing mentoring for the women’s peace committees, and is based on the research findings from three rounds of research fieldwork over the 12 month duration of the project.
This research examines the role of the programme’s peace committees in the Afghan Peace and Reintegration Process (APRP), together with the wider societal dynamics that have played out as the APRP has progressed. The research looked more broadly at the local impact of reintegration, and the views of those living, working and making decisions in the areas affected by the reintegration process.
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