PROLONGED CONFLICTS AND WOMEN'S SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: A CASE STUDY OF GOMA DRC

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The research on "the impact of prolonged conflicts on women's socio-economic development" was conducted in Goma- DRC The research was conducted in line with the research objectives which included; finding out the impact of prolonged conflicts on women's socio-economic development in Goma- DRC , DRC; establishing the roots causes of conflicts in DRC; and finding out the post war intervention strategies needed to foster women's socio-economic development in Goma- DRC,- On the impact of prolonged conflicts on women's socio-economic development in Goma- DRC, DRC, the findings reveal that; destruction of infrastructures, discouragement of investment, loss of lives and injuries, and loss of properties. On establishing the roots causes of conflicts in DRC, the findings reveal that; unfair allocation of positions, rampant corruption, competition for Oil, and religious differences On the post war intervention strategies needed to foster women's socioeconomic development in Goma- DRC, DRC, the findings revealed that; civic education, Gender balance in employment, Offer free education to women, Enact tougher laws on women's rights abuse. The researcher concluded that prolonged conflicts have indeed disrupted women's development initiatives in Goma- DRC The researcher then recommended that development programmes be undertaken by the government, women be empowered, among other recommendations. 

PROLONGED CONFLICTS AND WOMEN'S SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: A CASE STUDY OF GOMA DRC
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    Type Project
    Department Sociology
    Project ID SOC0534
    Fee ₦5,000 ($14)
    No of Pages 64 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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