Post-Conflict Management and Reconstruction

DIG designs and implements post-conflict reconstruction activities around the world, focusing on economic, institutional, and high-impact infrastructure rehabilitation.  DIG concentrates on the most immediate needs for families and communities affected by conflict, including economic livelihoods improvement, jobs creation, infrastructure rehabilitation, working capital infusion into the economy, and institution rebuilding.  DIG’s approach includes identifying and rehabilitating critical infrastructure needs, building the capacity of local government agencies and other local stakeholders, strengthening financial institutions, developing frameworks for urban WASH services, establishing communities of practice, and supporting USAID to create frameworks for determining institutions’ eligibility for inclusion in future USAID programming. 

Relevant Post Conflict Management and Reconstruction programs include SABR, Iraq TOT, and Nigeria WCP.