The “Do No Harm” Framework for Analyzing the Impact of Assistance on Conflict: A Handbook

April 2004 | The Do No Harm Project

Conflict Sensitivity

The Do No Harm Handbook is a collection of short papers on the Framework and its use. The sections were written by or adapted from writings by Mary B. Anderson, Wolfgang Heinrich, Stephen Jackson, and Marshall Wallace.

These materials assume a background in the Framework and are often used to supplement Do No Harm training programs. The Handbook is not a good entry point to Do No Harm.

 

Suggested Citation: The Do No Harm Project. The “Do No Harm” Framework for Analyzing the Impact of Assistance on Conflict: A Handbook. Cambridge, MA: CDA Collaborative Learning Projects, 2004.