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For example, Bosnia and Herzegovina repre- Page viii sents a relatively new recipient of post-conflict reconstruction assistance, El Salvador is a more mature recipient of such assistance, and Uganda presents a case in which post-conflict reconstruction assistance has been essentially completed. The field studies began with a review of project documentation and a preliminary series of interviews with relevant Bank staff to identify the main issues affecting recovery in each country. ) agencies; international and local nongovernmental organizations (NGOs); parliament; veterans' associations; and district administrations.
Often considered a "vulnerable group" in post-conflict settings, women have potential as strong community leaders who can facilitate the rebuilding of social capital and may be overlooked. It is only in Bosnia and Herzegovina that the Bank has made a specific operational effort to address the particular needs of women. Demobilizing Ex-Combatants The related activities of the demobilization, reinsertion, and reintegration of ex-combatants into the civilian economy and society can be important to economic recovery and sustained peace.
The EDUCO experience provides a good example of post-conflict support being more than just reconstruction but also entailing a redirection of development. However, the Bank's experience providing support to the health sector in El Salvador during the early post-war years has been mixed and has not yet led to a full follow-on project. Good Aid Coordination The donor coordination role played by the Bank just before the Peace Accords and during the first few years of post-conflict reconstruction was indispensable.