Evaluation of the Conflict Prevention Pools: Sudan.
|dc.identifier.citation||Brusset, E., [in association with] Bradford University, Channel Research Ltd, PARC & Associated Consultants (2004). Evaluation of the Conflict Prevention Pools: Sudan. London: DFID. Evaluation report (EV 647) Country/Regional Case Study 4.||en|
|dc.description.abstract||P5. The evaluation was undertaken by Bradford University, Channel Research Ltd, the PARC & Associated Consultants. The Sudan Case study was carried out by Mr Emery Brusset of Channel Research Limited. Work was conducted in three phases. The first was London-based, and involved situating the ACPP activities in the context of UK approaches to conflict prevention and the overall policy framework of the ACPP. The second phase, the most intense, involved fieldwork in the Sudan and Kenya. The third phase involved consultations in London through October and November, with ACPP representatives, and specifically with the joint FCO-DFID Sudan Unit in London. P7. The Sudan Case Study is one of six studies undertaken within the framework of the evaluation of the Conflict Prevention Pools. In accordance with the Terms of Reference (ToRs) and the Inception Report, the Evaluation placed maximum emphasis on the macro level: the policy processes in Whitehall by which decisions on allocations are made and implemented by the CPPs. Considerable attention has also been placed on the meso level: the degree to which CPP policies and activities in a given conflict form part of a coherent package of direct interventions by the international community and local actors to the problems of particular large scale deadly conflicts or potential conflicts. The microlevel of analysis (review of specific projects) confines itself largely to the way in which projects impact on the meso and macro levels. The Evaluation has not analysed systematically whether specific projects funded by the CPPs have been well managed and whether they have achieved their specific project goals. Single projects have been analysed to the extent that they reflect on the macro and meso levels. P8. The main findings of the evaluation, reflected in this Synthesis Report, are that the CPPs are doing significant work funding worthwhile activities that make positive contributions to effective conflict prevention, although it is far too early in the day to assess impact. The progress achieved through the CPP mechanisms is significant enough to justify their continuation.||en|
|dc.publisher||Department for International Development.||en|
|dc.rights||© Crown copyright 2004. Reproduced in accordance with the publisher's self-archiving policy.||en|
|dc.subject||Conflict Prevention Pools||en|
|dc.title||Evaluation of the Conflict Prevention Pools: Sudan.||en|
|dc.type.version||published version paper||en|