USAID’s Office of Conflict Management and Mitigation
The Office of Conflict Management and Mitigation (DCHA/CMM) was founded in 2002 to expand and improve USAID’s ability to address the sources and consequences of violent conflict. CMM leads USAID’s efforts to identify and analyze sources of fragility and conflict; supports early responses to address the causes and consequences of fragility and conflict; and seeks to integrate conflict sensitivity and peacebuilding approaches into USAID’s analyses, strategies, and programs.
DME for Peace
DME for Peace is an online platform that provides 4,000 peacebuilders, evaluators and academics with an interactive space to share best and emerging practices on how to better design, monitor and evaluate peacebuilding programs. With over 700 resources, blogs and discussion topics, DME for Peace makes peacebuilding evaluation learning accessible to a global audience. Made possible by the support of the Carnegie Corporation of New York through the Peacebuilding Evaluation Consortium (PEC), and USAID’s Office of Conflict Management and Mitigation, DME for Peace is a project of Search for Common Ground.