There is a good range of material on lessons learned from SWAPs, primarily from the health and education sectors. Most of the resources mention the need for country ownership of the SWAP, gender mainstreaming and long-term support that is tailored to the country context. Other repeated advice is to ‘go slowly’, focus on capacity building and to involve the Ministry of Finance from the beginning. Two of the resources included here discuss the difficulty of introducing SWAps in a post-conflict environment like Afghanistan. They argue that there are not yet examples of SWAps operating successfully in post-conflict environments. Section 2 presents general documents on best practice in SWAps, most dating from around 2000 or 2001 (as there were not many more recent documents). Section 3 details specific resources on lessons learned in justice SWAps. The most publicised justice SWAps are JLOS in Uganda and GJLOS in Kenya.