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525

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Contributed by

Marlou Geurts

Subject

IRM, Resilience, Gender, Social Protection, Water, Integrated water resource management

Other

conflict

Country

Global

Date

14 May 20

Credit

ISS/ PfR

Document type

Research report

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This report describes the main findings and recommendations of research carried out for the PfR alliance on how the PfR programme is affected by – or may affect – conflict. Although PfR works in different conflict-affected countries and contexts, it does not address conflict or insecurity explicitly. It is therefore important to consider whether PfR could or should address conflict more explicitly.

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This report describes the main findings and recommendations of research carried out for the Partners for Resilience (PfR) alliance on how the PfR programme is affected by – or may affect – conflict. Although PfR works in different conflict-affected countries and contexts, it does not address conflict or insecurity explicitly. This is potentially problematic for PfR’s effectiveness. It is therefore important to consider whether PfR could or should address conflict more explicitly. For this research, a qualitative analysis of the experiences within the ongoing PfR programme was conducted in all 10 countries and 4 regions. The research was conducted by consultants and researchers from the International Institute of Social Studies, the Hague. The core of the study consisted of an online survey, for which PfR staff and partners from all countries were invited, in addition to Skype interviews and a desk study. In all, 52 people participated. The main research findings are summarised here.

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