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Project ID:00108817Description:DCPSF/17-CARE-INGO-1
Fund:
Darfur Peace & Stability Fund
Start Date *: 8 Feb 2018
Theme:
DCPSF Window 1
End Date*: 31 Jan 2020
Country: Sudan Project Status: On Going
  Participating Organization:   NGO/UNDP - NGO Implementation/UNDP
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The “Promoting Stability for Recovery” project aims to address the root causes of conflict between pastoralist and farming communities by increasing their capacity for peaceful resolution of disputes and management of shared natural resources.  The project will target rural communities located in Gereida, and Bielel localities in South Darfur.  These communities, none of which have benefited from DCPSF interventions in recent years, have been selected because of the fragile co-existence between the various groups. These communities experience ongoing inter-tribal tension and live in constant insecurity due to the breakdown of community structures and traditional conflict resolution mechanisms, and serious lapses in the rule of law.

By creating and/or re-activating community-based structures such as Village Development Committees (VDCs), Migratory Routes Committees, Water Users Committees, Youth Groups, and Community Based Resolution Mechanisms (CBRMs by working with CSOs), the project will contribute to Outputs 1 and 4. Shared livelihood assets such as markets, migratory routes, route water points, and grazing pastures will be restored with active engagement from both farming and pastoralist groups to contribute to Outputs 2 and 3.  Furthermore, both communities will benefit from Village Saving and Loans Associations (VSLAs), which create more interaction among the various groups and brings together rival communities through VSLA networks. All activities will ensure cross-cutting issues related to gender, inclusion, and environmental protection is observed. 

CARE has the capacity, experience in recovery programs, and established relationships in South Darfur to ensure quality program implementation and Value for Money through the activities aimed at enabling dialogue and consultation to contribute to conflict prevention and create conditions conducive to trust and confidence building.

 

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