Under the European Union’s Instrument contributing to Stability and Peace (IcSP) funding, Search for Common Ground has produced conflict scans across 6 countries as part of its COVID-19 response programming.
These quarterly quantitative reports look at the impact of COVID-19 on pre-existing conflict dynamics, horizontal and vertical cohesion, communities’ satisfaction and trust levels in the government’s COVID-19 response and in COVID-19 responders themselves, and at trusted information channels.
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Available conflict scans:
- Kenya: May 2022, July 2021, April 2021, December 2020
- Nigeria: May 2022 September 2021, April 2021, December 2020
- Palestine: February 2022, December 2021, May 2021, December 2020
- Tanzania: June 2022, November 2021, April 2021, December 2020
- Uganda: February 2022, September 2021, May 2021, December 2020
- Yemen: March 2022, November 2021, April 2021, December 2020
- Trust in authorities – the golden ticket to successful COVID-19 vaccine roll-out in conflict settings (EN, FR, AR—December 2020)
- A story of resilience and fragilities: the impact of COVID-19 on horizontal cohesion in conflict-affected countries (EN, FR, AR—July 2021)
- Understanding the Gendered Impact of COVID-19 on Social Cohesion in Conflict-Affected and Fragile Contexts (EN, FR, AR—April 2022)
- Enabling Effective & Conflict-Sensitive Responses to COVID-19 to Protect Social Cohesion in Fragile Contexts: A multi-country, regional & global final evaluation (EN—April 2022
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