As a first and crucial program step, UNICEF’s approach to education and peacebuilding is informed by comprehensive situational and conflict analyses of the education system, located within broader cross-sectoral and peacebuilding processes. The findings of conflict/context analyses have informed programming at all levels – school, community, education sector and national level.

Below are summaries of the conflict analyses commissioned under the Learning for Peace program.

Conflict Analysis Burundi Conflict analysis summary: Burundi (UNICEF, 2015) Conflict Analysis Chad Conflict analysis summary: Chad (UNICEF, 2015)
Cote D'Ivoire Conflict analysis summary: Côte d’Ivoire (UNICEF, 2014) DRC Conflict analysis summary: Democratic Republic of the Congo (UNICEF, 2015)
Ethiopia Conflict analysis summary: Ethiopia (UNICEF, 2015) Liberia Conflict analysis summary: Liberia (UNICEF, 2015)
Myanmar Conflict analysis summary: Myanmar (UNICEF, 2014) Pakistan Conflict analysis summary: Pakistan (UNICEF, 2016)
PBEA Conflcit Analysis_SierraLeone_201503 Conflict analysis summary: Sierra Leone (UNICEF, 2015) PBEA Conflcit Analysis_Somalia_201406 Conflict analysis summary: Somalia (UNICEF, 2014)
South Sudan Conflict analysis summary: South Sudan (UNICEF, 2015) Conflict analysis summary: State of Palestine Conflict analysis summary: State of Palestine (UNICEF, 2016)
Uganda Conflict analysis summary: Uganda (UNICEF, 2014) Yemen Conflict analysis summary: Yemen (UNICEF, 2014)
TBD Lessons Learned for Peace: How conflict analyses informed UNICEF’s peacebuilding and education programe (forthcoming) (UNICEF, 2016)
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