Participatory Conflict Vulnerability Assessment

CPAU presents a participatory conflict vulnerability analysis (PCVA) of two provinces in northern Afghanistan: Kunduz and Takhar. For this research, CPAU sought to involve local residents and stakeholders in identifying and assessing community problems that increase the vulnerability of individuals and communities to conflict/violent conflict. Based on the PCVA analysis conducted in Kunduz and Takhar, CPAU found the main sources of vulnerability for local residents to be livelihood issues and insecurity/breakdown of rule of law. Specifically, the issues of land, water, education, and family disputes were the most common livelihood-related problems mentioned by communities.

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