Publication Date: September 21, 2016
Description: This document first outlines for the Office of Food for Peace (FFP) the key areas where conflict sensitivity is particularly challenging and provides recommended diagnostic questions that can assist FFP and its implementers to avoid or mitigate these challenges throughout the program cycle. The following section then provides recommendations for conducting conflict analysis to inform a project’s conflict sensitive approach. These recommendations include guidance on conducting an abbreviated “good enough” conflict analysis when there are time and resource constraints, as well as guidance on conducting a comprehensive conflict analysis using USAID’s Conflict Assessment Framework (CAF 2.0) when time and resources permit. Finally, Annex 1 includes diagnostic questions tailored for FFP using USAID’s CAF 2.0 framework.
To access the resource, please click here “Conflict Diagnostic Considerations for Food for Peace.”