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Project ID:00088479Description:PBF/KGZ/A-2: Building a Consti
Fund:
Peacebuilding Fund
Start Date *: 14 Dec 2013
Theme:
Democratic Governance -W2
End Date*: 30 Sep 2016
Country: Kyrgyzstan Project Status: Financially Closed
  Participating Organization:   UNWOMEN - UNWOMEN
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Project Description

The project engages state and non-state actors towards building values, modifying behavior, and using available systems and laws to the end of creating a safe and peaceful environment for women and men, facilitating livelihoods and good citizen skills, and their application for productive civic and economic purposes with a focus on young people, who are protected by duty bearers. Increased effectiveness of local self-governance and citizens’ trust in institutions will result in fewer conflicts and improved rule of law.

PBF Outcome

 PPP Outcome II. Local self-government bodies, in partnership with related state institutions, and civil society, bridge divisions and reduce local tensions.

Key Project Activities

  1. Activities related to 9th graders of both genders and various ethnicities in the conflict susceptible PRF project area being able to effectively use scarce land resources to build successful livelihoods and understand the benefit of joint action, also across ethnic divides: development of course; translation into 3 local languages preparation of teachers; support to teaching course; support to target group implementing skills learned; documentation, M&E.
  2. Activities related to 9th, 10th and 11th grade in 30 schools in the conflict susceptible PRF project area becoming knowledgeable about human rights of young women and men, gender equality and how to conduct a conflict analysis taking action to address conflict causes and/or human rights infringements: development of course; translation into three local languages; preparation of teachers; support to teaching course; support to target group implementing skills learned; documentation, monitoring and evaluation.
  3. Activities related to 20 key individuals in each of 23 municipalities being sensitized to human rights of young women and men; aware of the duties of state and municipal servants to protect human rights, justice and peace; able to conduct a conflict analysis of their community deriving from same an action plan for what they are going to do to change the situation towards justice and lasting peace: development of course; preparation of facilitators; training of course; generation of conflict analysis; drafting of responsibility matrix on processing conflict; support, documentation, M&E.
 
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