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Tools for » Darfur Community Recovery for Co-existence (DCRC Phase III)
Project ID:00108593Description:DCRC Phase III
Fund:
Darfur Peace & Stability Fund
Start Date *: 17 Jan 2018
Theme:
DCPSF Window 1
End Date*: 31 Dec 2019
Country: Sudan Project Status: On Going
  Participating Organization:   UNDP - UNDP(MDTF/PUNO only).
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The overall objective of the project is to bring long term stability to conflicting communities in Darfur, through strengthening sustainable peace dialogue mechanisms, acknowledging the importance of state wide initiatives to address state-wide conflicts. The project will focus on connecting already established Peace and Development mechanisms in target communities to relevant high-level peace initiatives through dialogue, advocacy and policy inputs. Cognizant of the current conflict dynamics in Darfur and the interconnected nature of the different levels of conflict and political disputes, the project will act as a bridge for communities to participate in high-level peace processes and provide an opportunity for experience-sharing with peacebuilding stakeholders from communities in other conflict-affected areas in Sudan to enhance networking and contribute to more efficient peacebuilding. The project contributes as such directly to the DCPSF agenda “to stabilize communities while restoring trust & confidence between communities and paving the way towards early recovery”.Conflicts are often driven by inadequate access to resources that are critical to livelihoods (e.g. water, grazing land) and are also triggered by high unemployment rate among youth and the selective application of the law by government institutions. The project will also build strong partnership with DRA to link with the high-level peace process. The project will further work with DRA Truth, Justice and Reconciliation Commission (TJRC) and reconciliation mechanisms that exist at state level and ensure local-state institutional linkages and relevance is ensured to enable the project to address the bigger conflict dynamics in programme areas.The overall objective of the proposed project, the Darfur Community Recovery for Coexistence Phase III, is to bring long-term stability to communities in Darfur, through strengthening the support of sustainable peace dialogue mechanisms and capacities, and acknowledging and enhancing state-wide initiatives to address state-wide conflicts. The project will focus on connecting the already established Peace and Development Committees (PDC) to State Government-led peacebuilding institutions and relevant high-level peace initiatives through dialogue, advocacy and policy inputs in partnership with the new reconstituted DRA Commissions and other government line ministries. Cognizant of the current conflict dynamics in Darfur and the interconnected nature of the different levels of conflict and political disputes, the project will act as a bridge for communities to participate in or provide input to high-level peace processes. As such, the project contributes directly to the DCPSF agenda: “to stabilize communities while restoring trust & confidence between communities and paving the way towards early recovery”.

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