Peace and Community Cohesion Project
The Peace and Community Cohesion project (PaCC) seeks to contribute to the reduction and mitigation of community level conflict and insecurity by investing in initiatives that address key drivers of conflict and insecurity.
Using UNDP’s community security and social cohesion approach, the project empowers communities to identify in an inclusive and participatory manner the roots of conflicts in their communities, and using an integrated and gender- sensitive approach, support the communities to effectively prevent, manage and resolve conflict in a non-violent manner. The project also strengthens community relationships by identifying and strengthening cultural, social and economic connectors that make communities reliant on each other in times of peace and conflict. Overall the project contributes to UNDP’s Interim Cooperation Framework and the Country Programme Document (CPD) Outcome three: ‘Peace and Governance strengthened.’
United Nations Development Programme
GOVERNMENT OF JAPAN
KOREA INTERN. COOPERATION AGENCY (KOICA)
Qatar Fund for Development
SWEDISH INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION (SIDA)
UN DEPT OF ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL AFFAIRS
UNDP Funding Windows
UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PRO
UNMISS in South Sudan
DELIVERY IN PREVIOUS YEARS
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