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Conflict Sensitivity
Conflict Sensitivity
Delivered in the wrong way, aid can make conflicts worse. CARE considers it a moral imperative to ensure that aid and development interventions do not exacerbate violence. Over the last decade CARE has established a number of best practise analytical tools and trainings to help other NGOs and donors to understand how to minimise their negative impacts and maximise the positive impacts. CARE is a member of the Conflict Sensitivity Consortium, which seeks to influence governments in Europe and the US to adopt conflict sensitivity.


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Peacebuilding with Impact: Defining Theories of Change
"Focusing on theories of change can improve the effectiveness of peacebuilding interventions. ...
From Resolution to Reality
Lessons learned from Afghanistan, Nepal and Uganda on women’s participation in peacebuildin ...
Peacebuilding: Consolidating the Peace
This report by ActionAid, CAFOD and CARE International is an independent analysis of the UN Peace ...
Civil-military relations: No Room for Humanitarianism in comprehensive approaches
This paper seeks to outline a number of issues arising from the politicisation and militarisation ...
Aid Reform: Addressing Conflict and Situations of Fragility
Violent conflict and ‘situations of fragility’ represent significant challenges for aid effec ...


Featured Conflict Project Work

  • Conservation Agriculture Project (CARE Sierra Leone)

    Conservation Agriculture Project (CARE Sierra Leone)

    The conservation agriculture project aimed at increasing rural productivity through sustainable land use. Against a background of violent conflict between cattle farmers and arable famers the goal of the project was to support 11,000 farmers move from adopting shifting cultivation patterns to staying permanently on a piece of land all year round.

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  • Community Driven Reconstruction in DRC

    Community Driven Reconstruction in DRC

    TUUNGANE is a consortium project carried out with the International Rescue Committee to support local communities to improve their socio-economic well-being through community managed reconstruction projects and the promotion of good governance and citizen inclusion as a means to improve social cohesion.

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  • Conflict prevention  in Yemen

    Conflict prevention in Yemen

    This project aims to reduce the potential for conflict between Somali refugees and host communities in Kharaz area, and to contribute to early warning and conflict prevention in Amran and Hajja Governorates among IDPs and host communities.

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