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Submitted by Vivek on

My first thought - roll-out to different groups in conflict and post-conflict settings, even if explicitly randomized, raises the risks of widening gaps between the "have" and "have-not" groups and therefore exacerbating the conflict. Clear communication and public (participatory) randomization might help mitigate these risks.

Do you have any good examples of evaluations where the issues related to impact evaluation and conflict were carefully thought through and addressed?