The UNLocK project is a participatory early warning initiative that The Fund for Peace is implementing in Uganda, Nigeria and Liberia, in collaboration with local partners, which include Liberia Democracy Watch (LDW) and the Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (IHRHL). Visualizing the UNLocK data on an interactive web map allows for multi-dimensional analysis of conflict risk factors as reported by civil society participants on the ground. Liberia’s Early Warning and Response Network, which uses Ushahidi as a platform, is one such example. Practitioners who work on issues relating to relief and development can search the data by indicator, time period, and location, to identify concerns and priorities of the network. If you find something in the data that you would like to see corroborated, explained, or analyzed more deeply, please contact Nate Haken.
Liberia Interactive Data Visualization Map
Support for this work was provided by Humanity United and the National Endowment for Democracy.