This report from Mercy Corps identifies formal government and customary actors responsible for managing conflict in Karamoja and the strengths and weakness in the way in which these actors work together to prevent, resolve, and respond to conflict.
The Impact of Climate Change on Coffee in Uganda: Lessons from a Case Study in the Rwenzori Mountains
This Oxfam report makes recommendations for adapting coffee production in Uganda to reduce the impact of climate change on the economy and to reduce the risks that smallholder farmers will fall further into poverty.
This report from International Alert measures the degree and quality of change in the livelihoods of the communities in Uganda's Albertine Graben region, where oil exploration is taking place.
In this paper from the International Labor Organization, Bernd Beber and Christopher Blattman analyze the relationship between the role of coercion and child soldiering.
This report from the GIZ Center for Cooperation with the Private Sector outlines the strategic role that Corporate Social Responsbility can play in Africa's cumulative development.
This paper, part two of a three-part series, from the Enough Project describes the process, leverage, and substance necessary to create a path towards a viable peace in eastern Congo and the surrounding region.
In this paper from International Alert, Zuleika Candan illustrates the difficulties of socio-economic reintegration faced not only by ex-combatants, but also by IDPs and war-affected youth in the post-conflict environment.
The aim of the series is to stimulate discussions at the local, national and international level about the role that private sector actors can play in the effective reintegration of ex-combatants, and to strengthen practice by developing recommendations for future socio-economic reintegration programs.