Center on Conflict and Development

Center on Conflict and Development
Mission:

Center on Conflict and Development improves the effectiveness of development programs and policies for conflict-affected and fragile countries through interdisciplinary research, education, and extension.

In partnership with the School of Public Health, the Bush School of Government & Public Service, and the College of Liberal Arts, supported by USAID and the Howard G. Buffett Foundation, the Center on Conflict and Development creates transformative solutions to:
•Prevent armed conflict,
•Sustain families and communities during conflict, and
•Assist states to rapidly recover from conflict.
Chosen instruments of peace-building are food security, youth, natural resources, and local institutions.

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Contact: Edwin Price
Phone: 979.845.3270