Peace and Conflict Impact Assessment of a “Vocational Training Intervention”

Rationale – In recent years approaches of crisis and conflict prevention have rapidly gained currency in Sri Lanka. To ensure sustainable development, and to avoid the economic and social costs of violent conflicts it is important to be sensitive to the peace and conflict impacts of development interventions, and, where possible, contribute towards conflict prevention and peace building. Objectives – This study aims to develop a methodology to assess peace and conflict impacts of development projects, and will use the methodology to assess the peace and conflict impacts of a development initiative aimed at providing employment oriented vocational training to women and youth in the central region.

Research team

Nisha Arunatialke
Nisha Arunatialke
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M. Sidharthan
M. Sidharthan
M.H. Ifzal
M.H. Ifzal
Amalie Ellegala
Amalie Ellegala

Funding

GTZ

Published Year

2000