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The purpose of the gender analysis study is to ensure that the planning, implementation and results address gender equality and diversity in the program area. Gender equality is not only a fundamental human right, but a pre-condition for sustainable development. Providing women and girls of different ages, identities, minorities and capacities with quality education, health care, decent work, access and ownership rights over property and technology, and equal participation in political and economic decision-making processes will lead to social, economic and environmental sustainability across the globe (UNDP Uganda). The final report is to contribute to refine and adjust the planning, the monitoring, of the Results Framework of MIRP. The final report shall contribute to contributing to the assessments of results of the program in addressing gender inequality and ensuring that no one is left behind. This gender analysis will also to contribute to, future assessments, researches and evaluations.


The purpose of the Peace and Conflict Impact Assessment is to focused on; in-depth examination of the conflict, its characteristics, causes and dynamics, its expected impact on MIRP programmes and its target groups, identify potential opportunities for peacebuilding initiatives within the current programs. Including the organization capacity assessment and the training needs analysis for design and delivery of a conflict-sensitive programming, with comprehensive conflict analysis report with all the annexes indicated under the output/deliverable. The analysis will be carried out both in relation to refugees in Kyangawali refugee settlement and host population in the neighbourhood i.e. up to 80 km from the borders of the settlement.

This first learning brief highlights the key findings from the Peace, Gender and Environment studies (data collection was done in October 2019 in Kikuube district and Kyangwali refugees’ settlement). These key findings have been used to further improve the MIRP programing moving forward, such as conflict mitigations’ trainings for our key stakeholders.