Earlier this week the team released our third report on social reconstruction, transitional justice, and peace in Northern Uganda, "Transitioning to Peace: A Population-Based Survey on Attitudes About Social Reconstruction and Justice in Northern Uganda". Northern Uganda is where we first piloted KoBo, so it was exciting to return to the region to conduct another large-scale survey using the software.

Transitioning to Peace, which was intended to capture community views on matters that affect
ordinary people and the recovery after twenty years of conflict, was carried out between
April and May 2010 in four districts (the Acholi districts) of northern Uganda: Amuru, Gulu, Kitgum, and
Pader. The findings are based on a total of 2,498 interviews with adults in various locations, including
home villages, resettlement sites, and former camps.

Read the full report here: