Monitoring the impact of peace recovery and development plan on peace and conflict in Northern Uganda 2014

The project report presents results from the third round of the peace and conflict indicators (PCIs) survey,which was conducted by International Alert to create a time series data set for use in monitoring the impact of the Peace, Recovery and Development Plan (PRDP) on peace and conflict in northern Uganda. The study used both quantitative and qualitative […]

Monitoring the impact of peace recovery and development plan on peace and conflict in Acholi and Lango

This project was aimed at strengthening the potential of the Peace, Recovery and Development Plan for Northern Uganda (PRDP) and the recovery process to address the causes of the civil conflict and contribute to sustainable peace and stability in northern Uganda. The monitoring report was to assess the extent to which interventions under the PRDP, particularly those funded by […]

Youth Perceptions on Economic Opportunity in Uganda 2013

Generating employment to undo the generational challenges imposed on youth by over two decades of conflict was recognized as a priority by the government, the private sector and development partners alike. However, this was particularly challenging in a context where the level of both formal and informal education remains low. This project report is based on a survey of 1,136 youths who […]

Building a peace economy in Northern Uganda

This survey project was implemented by Kampala-based Associates Research in 2008. Associates explored people’s perspectives on their current economic  circumstances, as well as their immediate needs and longer-term aspirations with regard to economic opportunities after conflict. The findings provided a benchmark against which the proposals being made for the region’s economy can be evaluated. The views gathered provided the basis […]