Center for Health and Peacebuilding [USIP] Law and Legal Definition

The Center for Health and Peacebuilding is a component of the Innovative Centers of the U.S. Institute of Peace (USIP) that focus on social well–being. The Center addresses the relationship between health programs and conflict prevention, resolution and post-conflict stabilization and reconstruction.

Other strategy of the Center include protecting health of civilians caught up in war, division of responsibilities among local health agencies, donors, NGOs, military organizations and others in humanitarian and post-conflict development, and the relationship of health programs to other initiatives.