Project Description

USAID’s Programming for Prevention and Peacebuilding (P4P2) Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract, awarded to DI, aims to improve development outcomes in fragile, conflict or violence-affected regions and countries through innovative, adaptive, and effective country-specific or regional interventions, including cross-border efforts focused on peacebuilding and prevention. Under this five-year, $800 million-ceiling mechanism, USAID can leverage DI’s expertise to implement programs that assist with: (1) preventing the outbreak, escalation, or recurrence of conflict and violence; (2) promoting peaceful, resilient societies; (3) adapting USAID’s traditional development work to account for its effects on conflicts; and (4) expanding USAID’s peacebuilding and stabilization capabilities. The DI Team’s evidence-based, conflict-sensitive, and adaptive approach offers support using rapid conflict and fragility assessments to gain a comprehensive understanding of the conflict, violence, and fragility dynamics as well as aid in the design and implementation of programming to mitigate conflicts and begin the peacebuilding process.


2023 - 2028


United States of America

Practice Area

Peace & resilience



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