Peacebuilding, education and advocacy in conflict-affected contexts programme: UNICEF 2014 annual consolidated report
This report begins with a programme overview (Section 2), followed by the strategic context in which the programme operates (Section 3), and key conflict analyses findings that informed each country programme’s design, activities and results framework (Section 4). Cumulative results to date and progress towards programme targets are summarized and highlighted, with specific examples from various country, regional and headquarters programmes (Section 5), followed by a thematic emphasis on gender (Section 6). Partnerships for programme implementation, coordination and research (Section 7), as well as the programme’s administrative and financial management structure and status (Section 8) shed further light on the breadth and depth of Learning for Peace programming in terms of its reach, scale of funding and potential for global influence. The report closes with reflections on the programme’s learning to date (Section 9) and how the lessons learned will shape UNICEF’s risk-informed programming approach in 2016 and beyond (Section 10).