Goal 1: Measure perceptions of conflict-sensitivity and their impacts on the implementation


1. Survey stakeholder perceptions of opportunities, risks, peace and security implications of the case study projects

2. Analyse how stakeholders assess potential conflict risks and insecurities

3. Map gaps between policy and practice

Goal 2: Observe the implementation of renewable energy projects from a conflict-sensitive perspective


1. Analyse any processes and mechanisms employed to consider conflict-sensitivity in the implementation of renewable energy projects in the Omo-Turkana region.

2. Map power dynamics in the implementation of renewables projects– including two CiDev projects and the Lake Turkana Wind Farm, incorporating how ‘inclusion’ and ‘consent’ are obtained and the implications

3. Measure the impacts of the development on citizens’ livelihoods, human security and environments

Goal 3: Develop a regional assessment of climate change impacts and energy usage in the Omo-Turkana Basin Region


1. Map the existing conflict cycle and risks, including submerged tensions, rising tensions and gender dynamics (using SIDA conflict-cycle framework, 2017)

2. Map energy usage patterns across the region (as they interrelate with livelihoods and climate change)

3. Map climate change impacts through secondary research and measure impacts with citizen science