Conflict Sensitive Development Assistance - The Case of Burundi

2005. Author: Juana Brachet and Howard Wolpe, World Bank

This paper explores ways in which development assistance can contribute to the consolidation of peace focusing on the case of Burundi. The paper starts by doing an assessment of the conflict dynamics in Burundi using the World Bank’s Conflict Analysis Framework. It then identifies eight principles to guide development assistance and reviews a number of development areas where development assistance can support the transition. It concludes with operational issues to consider in project design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation.

  • Burundi
  • Africa
  • Conflict Analysis , Conflict Sensitivity
  • Research/Lessons Learned

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