Environmental Considerations of Human Displacement in Liberia: A Guide for Decision-makers and Practitioners
This report provides Liberia-specific information on the environmental considerations of displacement. It points the relevant Liberian humanitarian or environmental practitioner to the relevant source material for detailed guidance on camp site selection, management, and decommissioning as well as providing an overview of the key environmental points relating to the return and resettlement process. CD-Rom included. Publishing Agency: United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
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