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  1. I also appreciated this article and think it is of great concern that refugees and asylum-seekers are neglected as they are mixed in with migrants. A recent report commissioned by UNHCR’s office in Libya showed that the vulnerability was broken down along ethnic lines with sub-Saharan Africans being the most vulnerable.One of the recommendations was for livelihoods training for this group so that they were not as dependent on day laborer jobs.The report isResearching Refugee Dynamics, Southern Populations and Migration Dynamics in Post-revolution Libya and it is also on this site and urbangoodpractices.orgI agree with this, and I would like to open up the discussion on a few questions: what can be done concretely to improve the way urban displaced are protected in countries like Libya? Reading this article it seems that one of the very first things could be to better harmonise humanitarian organisations’ interventions and review vulnerability criteria. How could such a change happen? What would be the key elements that would enable such a change?When talking about the need of“better guidance” on resilience building interventions, where could such guidance come from? And what is still missing for such guidance to see the light? How to build resilience in urban contexts, taking into account the numerous challenges of such environments (in particular the risk of arrest and detention)?Anyone is welcome to participate to this discussion so feel free to jump in the conversation anytime. It is in my sense critical to share thoughts on best practice that could generate change here and now.naturally like your web site however you need to take a look at the spelling on several of your posts. A number of them are rife with spelling problems and I find it very bothersome to tell the truth on the other hand I will surely come again again.Please correct the he error in your article. Somaliland is not Somalia, they are two different countries. There was not any Kenyan plans shot down in Somaliland territory. However, there were Kenyan register planes who were shot down inthe lawless Somalia. I can not phantom why Kenya, Ethiopia and Djibouti will stand up against the warlords of Moqdisho and support Somaliland’s rightful self determination.They are fully aware that the start with the five pointing edge is stands for the union of all Somali people in Somalia, Somaliland, Northern frontier Districts of Kenya, Eastern regional of Ethiopian and The Somali inhabitant region of Djibouti. For Kenyans, it’sinto their best interest, peace and secure country where their nationals can conduct business transactions; and Somaliland needs to be smarter to achieve Their interest and doing give away easily any bargainingToken. It is first step hopefully into a fruitful relationship between the two African countries.

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