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The Syrian Conflict: A Systems Conflict Analysis

February, 2016 | ARK Group DMCC

This analysis aims to identify the key drivers of conflict in Syria, the inter-dependencies between those factors, and possible intervention points.

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Designing adaptive programming – One Theory of Change

In early 2015 CDA partnered with RCN Justice & Démocratie (RCN J&D) to develop a detailed theory of change focusing on the interconnectedness of the corruption system in the DRC. This project theory, rather than addressing specific individual transactions (e.g., paying a bribe to traffic police) focused on better understanding relationships. In August 2015, the one-year anti-corruption pilot project was launched in Lubumbashi, and titled “Kuleta Haki” in Swahili or, ‘Provide Justice’.

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