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Each year, 740 000 people die as a result of armed violence. It increasingly exploits a link between conflict and crime and undermines our chances of reaching the Millennium Development Goals. This book will help aid donors - both policy advisors and programme staff - to transform good words into good programmes that can ultimately help reduce armed violence globally. Table of Content : Executive Summary Introduction Chapter 1. What is Armed Violence? Chapter 2. Armed Violence Trends and Programming Gaps Chapter 3. Armed Violence Reduction (AVR) and Prevention and the Armed Violence Lens Chapter 4. Assessments: Applying the Armed Violence Lens Chapter 5. Programming Implications and Approaches Annex A. AVR and other OECD-DAC Priorities Annex B. Examples of Regional Instruments for AVR Annex C. Additional Examples of Indirect Programming Bibliography
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