A Peacebuilding Tool for a Conflict-Sensitive Approach to Development: A Pilot Initiative in Nepal
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) works with a number of developing member countries facing fragile and conflict-affected situations - circumstances that complicate economic development, and might include domestic or international conflict, ethnic tensions, vulnerability to natural disasters, or a confluence of these factors.
ADB piloted the peacebuilding tool in Nepal as a conflict-sensitive approach, a key to effective and safe implementation of projects in the country's post-conflict context. The peacebuilding tool is an analytical tool for assisting project team leaders and social experts in understanding the local context, and in identifying potential risks to implementation of development projects that are linked to social conflicts, as well as in formulating mitigation measures for addressing these risks.
- Executive Summary
- Using the Peacebuilding Tool for Conflict Sensitivity
- Lessons Learned from Using the Peacebuilding Tool
- Development Partner Coordination in Peacebuilding
- Conclusions and Recommendations
- Appendix: Peacebuilding Tool for Project Design, Implementation, and Monitoring