Publication Date: December 2020
Description: The purpose of this guide is to highlight how practitioners improve development outcomes using a conflict-sensitive approach. Even in times of peace, programs may achieve their intended objectives but inadvertently cause strife by benefiting one group over another or conferring goods or services in a manner that incites distrust or disputes. Conflict sensitivity ensures that donor inputs are better managed, mitigates violence and conflict, and advances peace and prosperity.
To access this resource, please click here “Responsible Development: A Note on Conflict Sensitivity from USAID’s Center for Conflict and Violence Prevention (CVP).”