This paper addresses the exit strategy from the stand point of an emergency requiring a humanitarian response and considers the conditions to be met in order to proceed with such a strategy. The emergencies go for both possibilities of an emergency affecting an entire country, or even a number of countries in a region as well as a situation where the emergency affects only a part of a country.
Different circumstances, people, and issues make every post-conflict reintegration project unique. However, the success of any operation is due, in large part, to the leadership of field staff. Ten fundamental principles, or the “Golden Rules”, were developed to provide strategic guidance to field personnel.