Strengthening community resilience in conflict: addressing tensions for better intervention tools
Although Partners for Resilience (PfR) works in different conflict-affected countries and contexts, it does not address conflict or insecurity explicitly.
Can this potentially be problematic for PfR’s effectiveness?
This new report by Thea Hilhorst, Marie-José Vervest, Isabelle Desportes, Samantha Melis, Rodrigo Mena and Roanne van Voorst describes the main findings and recommendations of research carried out for the PfR alliance on how the programme is affected by – or may affect – conflict in 10 countries: Ethiopia, Guatemala, Haiti, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Mali, Philippines, South Sudan, Uganda and four regions in Asia, Africa and Central America.
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.
Read the full report for detailed recommendations – ‘Strengthening community resilience in conflict: Learnings from the Partners for Resilience programme’, 2021