Peacebuilding and post-conflict reconstruction are multi-disciplinary from a governance, organizational behavior, executive development and field perspective. Rarely, though, are the tools of competitive advantage, project planning and conflict resolution software used to seek linkages with non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to coordinate resources, particularly to integrate the disparate sectors of landmine and UXO clearance, victim assistance and resourcing across industries. One method is to employ “best practices” from developed countries proven to develop abilities for disabled farmers and youth in post-conflict countries as one of a number of agrarian and health care initiatives built around demining as agricultural preparation. The goal is for NGOs and government departments to change the rules of competition between post-conflict communities by shifting organizational behavior to reflect quality of care as a measure of gaining donor support.
"How NGOs Can Build Peace: Landmine Clearance and Victim Assistance,"
Journal of Conventional Weapons Destruction: Vol. 6
, Article 40.
Available at: http://commons.lib.jmu.edu/cisr-journal/vol6/iss3/40