Rebuilding Together Podcast
December 8, 2022
For decades, Lake Chad Basin countries (Cameroon, Chad, Niger and Nigeria) have grappled with various forms of insecurity, including banditry, abductions, highway robbery and cattle rustling, with the most significant security challenge being the Boko Haram crisis.
#RebuildingTogether represents our efforts to make affected territories whole again and restore hope for a future of possibilities. Through the Regional Stabilization Facility, we support peacebuilding and development in the region to rebuild social contracts and reduce violence.
This podcast series takes us through the journey of understanding the crisis, the role of stabilization and the need for responses that cater to the needs of the more than 30 million people directly affected by the crisis.
Episode 1: Making Stabilization Work – Ahunna Eziakonwa, UN Assistant Secretary-General, UNDP Assistant Administrator and Regional Director for Africa.
Episode 2: Pre-Existing Conditions for Recruitment – Mohammed Yahya, UNDP Nigeria Resident Representative
Episode 3: A Decade Long Conflict – Governor Babagana Umara Zulum, Governor of Borno State, Nigeria
Episode 4: Realities in the Lake Chad Basin – Edward Kallon, United Nations Resident Coordinator in Zimbabwe and former Resident Coordinator and Humanitarian Coordinator in Nigeria
Episode 5: Implementing the Regional Stabilization Strategy – Ambassador Mamman Nuhu, Executive Secretary of the Lake Chad Basin Commission and Head of Mission of the Multinational Joint Task Force
Episode 6: Partners for Stabilization – Representatives of Germany, United Kingdom, Sweden and the European Union.
Episode 7: Stabilization in the Far North Region of Cameroon – Midjinyawa Bakari, Governor of the Far North Region, Cameroon
Episode 8: Hadjer Lamis in Focus – Ali Haroun, Former Governor of Hadjer Lamis, Chad
Episode 9: Cross-Border Cooperation Against a Common Enemy – Adam Noucky Charfadine – Former Governor of the Lac Province, Chad
Episode 10: Peacebuilding and Social Cohesion in Diffa – Mouhamoud Mouddour, Former Governor of the Diffa Region, Niger
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