Appendix C
Bibliographic Materials

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR EAST TIMOR

Asian Development Bank2000Strategic Planning Framework and Budget Rehabilitation, Development and Management of the Water and Sanitation Sector 2000-2003. Manila, Phillippines: Asian Development Bank.


Dunn, J.1996Timor: A People Betrayed. Sidney: ABC Books.


Joint Assessment Mission1999Building a Nation: A Framework for Reconstruction and Development. Joint Assessment Mission of specialists from East Timor, bilateral donors countries, UN agencies, Asian Development Bank, World Bank, November. Background paper coordinated by World Bank, Washington, DC.


Ospina, S., and T. Hohe2002Traditional Power Structures and Local Governance in East Timor: A Case Study ofthe Community Empowerment Project. Geneva: Graduate Institute of Development Studies.


Pedersen, J., and M. Arneberg, eds. 1999Social and Economic Conditions in East Timor.New York and Oslo: Columbia University, and Fafo Institute of Applied Social Science.


United Nations Country Team2000Common Country Assessment for East Timor: Building Blocks for a Nation. November. Available online at: <http://www.undp.east-timor.org/publications/ Cca.pdf>



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Initial Steps in Rebuilding the Health Sector in East Timor Appendix C Bibliographic Materials SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR EAST TIMOR Asian Development Bank2000Strategic Planning Framework and Budget Rehabilitation, Development and Management of the Water and Sanitation Sector 2000-2003. Manila, Phillippines: Asian Development Bank. Dunn, J.1996Timor: A People Betrayed. Sidney: ABC Books. Joint Assessment Mission1999Building a Nation: A Framework for Reconstruction and Development. Joint Assessment Mission of specialists from East Timor, bilateral donors countries, UN agencies, Asian Development Bank, World Bank, November. Background paper coordinated by World Bank, Washington, DC. Ospina, S., and T. Hohe2002Traditional Power Structures and Local Governance in East Timor: A Case Study ofthe Community Empowerment Project. Geneva: Graduate Institute of Development Studies. Pedersen, J., and M. Arneberg, eds. 1999Social and Economic Conditions in East Timor.New York and Oslo: Columbia University, and Fafo Institute of Applied Social Science. United Nations Country Team2000Common Country Assessment for East Timor: Building Blocks for a Nation. November. Available online at: <http://www.undp.east-timor.org/publications/ Cca.pdf>

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Initial Steps in Rebuilding the Health Sector in East Timor United Nations Transitional Administration in East Timor2000Timor Consolidated Appeal Process (CAP). Humanitarian Assistance and Emergency Rehabilitation Pillar (HEAR). Dili, East Timor: United Nations Transitional Administration in East Timor. World Bank2000Project Appraisal Document for Health Sector Rehabilitation and Development. Phase I. Dili, East Timor. 2001Project Appraisal Document for Health Sector Rehabilitation and Development. Phase II. Dili, East Timor. World Health Organization2001aCollaboration in East Timor. Dili, July 2000. 2001bTimor Health Sector Situation Report, March 2000. 2001cWHO's Contribution to Health Sector Development in East Timor, January 2000-May 2001. Background Paper for Donors' Meeting on East Timor. Canberra, 14-15 June 2001. Dili. OTHER RESOURCES ON POST-CONFLICT RECONSTRUCTION Addison, T.1998Rebuilding Post-Conflict Africa: Reconstruction and Reform. The United Nations University. World Institute for Development Economics Research. Anderson, M.B.1996Do No Harm: Supporting Local Capacities for Peace Through Aid, Collaborative for Development Action, Cambridge, MA, April. Anderson, M., and P. Woodrow1989Rising from the Ashes: Development Strategies in Times of Disaster.Boulder, CO: Westview Press. Astolfi, A.1999Reconstruction apres la guerre: L'exemple de Pakrac, Croatie. Paris: Harmattan; Geneve: Institut d'etudes sociales (IES). Aysan, Y., and I. Davis1993Rehabilitation and Reconstruction. Module prepared for the Disaster Management Training Programme, UNDP/DHA. Azam, J.-P., D. Bevan, P. Collier, S. Dercon, J.W. Gunning, and S. Pradhanet1994Some Economic Consequences of the Transition from Civil War to Peace, Policy Research Working Paper 1392. Washington, DC: World Bank. Ball, N., and K.F. Campbell1998Complex Crisis and Complex Peace: Humanitarian Coordination in Angola. New York: United Nations, Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. Ball, N., and T. Halevy1996Making Peace Work: The Role Of The International Development Community.Washington, DC: Overseas Development Council.

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