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Project ID:00066697Description:PBF/EMER/2 Inclusive Political
Peacebuilding Fund
Start Date *: 19 Sep 2007
PBF Immediate Response
End Date*: 31 Dec 2010
Country: Central African Republic Project Status: Financially Closed
  Participating Organization:   UNDP - UNDP(MDTF/PUNO only).

Project Description:

Organisation of an Inclusive Political Dialogue between the government, political parties, armed opposition groups and representatives of civil society in the Central African Republic, to consolidate progress made and lay the foundation for a sustainable peace. 


Development Goal:         

Contribute, through the Inclusive Political Dialogue, to a decrease of violence and an improvement in security, respect for democracy and human rights in CAR, and create the conditions for a durable peace.


Immediate Objective:

Facilitate a preparatory phase for the Inclusive Political Dialogue by ensuring that government actors and opposition groups have opportunities to air their grievances in Bangui and in the provinces.

Organise negotiations between Government and opposition groups and create an open democratic space for dialogue between the different parties involved in the crises.

Promote the adoption of a road map for the implementation of the Syrte and Birao agreements and the signature of peace agreements with the APRD and other rebel groups.


Outputs/Key Activities:


Negotiations between Government and opposition groups with the help of international mediators.

Pre-dialogue (military and political) in Bangui.

Two to three-week Inclusive Political Dialogue before the end of 2007.


Increased participation of opposition groups in civilian and political life.

Restoration of State authority throughout the country.

Respect for the outcome of the 2005 elections.

Commitment to free and fair elections in 2010.

Renunciation by all stakeholders of violent means to come to power.

Agreement by all stakeholders to establish a “Truth and Reconciliation Commission” (TRC).

Free and democratic access of the public to the media.



In close collaboration with BONUCA, UNDP will receive and manage the funds, and provide financial reports on the project’s expenditures. The Center for Humanitarian Dialogue will act as the project’s implementing partner and will be responsible for the hiring of the international facilitators/mediators and the substantive day to day follow-up of project activities.

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If you have questions about this programme you may wish to contact the RC office in Central African Republic or the lead agency for the programme.

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