Fifteen participants from Arua, Kapelebyong and Kasanda inclusive of data analysts, district leadership and the women monitors were part of trainings on adaption of early warning tools from 7th – 12th September, 2020. This was facilitated by a consultant who developed the gender-sensitive early warning data collection tools to aid in collection conflict/violence early warning signs in the electoral process and general conflict in communities.
The purpose of the adaption meetings was to share the gender-sensitive early warning data collection tools with stakeholders at the district level to review and input into the tools.
This information collected by the consultant has also been used by The Peace Centre together with the data analysts to generate an analyzed report and shared with the District Peace Committees and other stakeholders involved in decision-making processes for discussion and offer solutions on the reported incidences. Issues that were not resolved at the district level during the District Peace Committee were to be presented to the National Steering Committee for redress.