Project Description

Democracy International conducted a conflict vulnerability assessment in Georgia using USAID’s Conflict Assessment Framework (CAF) 2.0. Using the CAF 2.0 framework, DI combined specific academic research with in-country expertise to diagnose, analyze, and prioritize development context dynamics, including root sources of conflict. The assessment also explored the development context and conflict dynamics throughout the country and identified factors that can contribute to addressing development issues and preventing or mitigating violent conflict. The framework enabled the DI team, USAID/Georgia, and USAID’s Office of Conflict and Violence Prevention (formerly the Office for Conflict Management and Mitigation) to develop recommendations for coordinated, coherent, cross-sectoral responses that proactively address destabilizing trends and capitalize on windows of opportunity for strategic conflict sensitive programming.

“Tbilisi, Georgia” by Andrew Milligan sumo is licensed under CC BY 2.0.





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