Linking Preparedness Response and Resilience Project: Micro-Level Conflict Analysis report

Project: Linking Preparedness Resilience and Response 16th January 2018

LPRR is a START Disaster and Emergency Preparedness Programme (DEPP), Department for International Development (DfID) funded 3-year consortium led project which is aimed at strengthening humanitarian programming for more resilient communities.

The micro-level conflict analysis was conducted by a team composed of Christian Aid and PACIDA programme staff with support from SaferWorld security and conflict programme officer. Representatives from three communities of Maikona (Forore), Uran (Elle Bor, Funan Qumbi, Rawan), and Turbi/Bubisa (Turbi) wards participated in the two day participatory community level conflict mapping and analysis. The piloting of the LPRR project in the three communities is led by PACIDA the implementing agency.

The community representatives were drawn from various community institutions and groups together with government agencies working at the local level involved in development and conflict management. The participants were taken through holistic and participatory processes mapping out key factors around conflicts in their respective communities. Key informant interviews, focused group discussions and review of the macro-level conflicts mapping analysis report were used to generate data and information for analysis and development of the report.


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