Programming Effectively Against Conflict and Extremism (PEACE) Indefinite Quantity Contract (IQC)
FHI 360’s Programming Effectively Against Conflict and Extremism (PEACE) Indefinite Quantity Contract (IQC), funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), aims to promote the design and implementation of conflict-sensitive development programs globally. These programs will work to manage and mitigate the sources and consequences of violent conflict through training; knowledge generation, dissemination and management; and field program implementation.
The PEACE IQC builds on eight years of programming and technical innovation in the field of conflict management and mitigation. It is supporting USAID’s Office of Conflict Management and Mitigation’s key functions of improving knowledge generation and management and integrating knowledge into creative, responsive and effective field programs around the world.
The program will also work in the following areas of conflict mitigation:
- National security and development
- Peacebuilding and reconciliation
- Economics and conflict
- Essential services and conflict
- Governance and conflict
- Natural resources/environment and conflict
- Emerging trends
- Conflict and resilience
- Early warning and metrics of conflict, fragility and instability
This project is being implemented globally.