A Lost Generation: Young People and Conflict in Africa
high quality throughout the research process and provided institutional support to ensure the availability of resources to complete the research in time. Special gratitude goes to Janah Ncube, ACORD Gender Thematic Manager for continued technical and strategic support in the final analysis, and for practical support in the preparation for the March Seminar and co-hosting and co-facilitating sessions.
Notwithstanding the broad range of individual and institutional assistance provided to the research team, any errors of omission, commission and conclusions drawn in this study are entirely those of the authors and the researchers. The views expressed are those of the authors and researchers and do not necessarily represent the views of organizations and donor institutions associated with this work. The researchers have carefully transcribed the information derived from oral testimony interviews verbatim and the authors and contributors of the book are responsible for interpretation of the case studies in shaping the arguments presented in this book. The purpose of this book is to inform policy and practice at the local, national, regional, pan African and international levels in support of the work for social justice in Africa.
Sandra J. Ayoo Research Coordinator and Manager of Inter-Country Project Nairobi, April 2007