Monitoring the impact of the PRDP on peace and conflict in northern Uganda
These four studies examine the impact of the Peace, Recovery and Development Plan for Northern Uganda (PRDP) on peace and conflict in the region.
The government of Uganda started the Peace, Recovery and Development Plan for Northern Uganda (PRDP) in 2007 as a framework through which development support would be channelled to northern Uganda.
The UK Department for International Development (DFID) established a partnership with International Alert, the Refugee Law Project and Saferworld to support the formation of the Advisory Consortium on Conflict Sensitivity. As part of this project, Alert developed peace and conflict indicators to measure the peace dividends accruing to the implementation of the PRDP.
Research was commissioned to monitor the extent to which interventions under the PRDP, particularly those funded by the DFID, succeed or fail in achieving peacebuilding aims in northern Uganda. Four rounds of research were carried out.