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Project ID:00083835Description:PBF/IRF-59 Conflict Prevention
Peacebuilding Fund
Start Date *: 28 Aug 2012
PBF Immediate Response
End Date*: 31 Dec 2014
Country: Chad Project Status: Financially Closed
  Participating Organization:   Multiple

Project Description:

The lack of a national peace architecture in light of the Libyan crisis’ wide ranging impact on Chad – security, economic, social – calls for targeted interventions in the area of community stabilization and conflict prevention for at risk communities and the capacitating of national and regional authorities in conflict management

PBF Priority Area:

Priority Area 2: Promote coexistence and peaceful conflict resolution

Priority Area 3: Revitalize the economy and immediate peace dividends

PBF Outcome:

1) National reconciliation processes that promote a culture of inclusion and peaceful resolution of conflicts are strengthened and the most urgent human rights legacies of the conflict addressed

2) Communities affected by conflict are protected and vulnerable community members have been reintegrated in the communities; peace dividends generate general confidence in the peacebuilding and reintegration process

Key Project Activities:

  • The Office of the Mediator has strengthened capacities to implement its mandate through dedicated technical expertise, a policy framework and action plan and a public awareness raising campaign.
  • The Political Dialogue Committee continues operations with stronger input from civil society.
  • Local Peace Committees (LCPs) are established and supported in conflict affected regions and areas of high return
  • Basic capacity building is provided to LPCs on conflict analysis, early warning and mediation, documentation of cases, mine awareness and human rights. 
  • The capacity building component includes community management and sustainability measures of community infrastructure management to LCPs and representatives of civil society.
  • The project will implement peace dividends in communities via socio-economic recovery interventions, based on the principles of participation and self-determination and pro-actively improve the socio-economic infrastructure of the community, increase social cohesion, create a platform for dialogue and integrate community members.
  • As part of the peace dividend component, communities will be introduced to the basic operating guidelines of the Peacebuilding Project, i.e. participatory, inclusive and gender balanced project implementation. They will have had the opportunity to self-design the peace dividend strategy to be implemented in their community.
  • At the end of the project, community challenges, tensions and conflicts will be identified in a participatory manner drawing on creative and culturally appropriate tools.
  • Project coordination and management staff will undergo ‘Do No Harm’ training to ensure conflict sensitive project implementation. This will enable staff and management to review and adjust implementation throughout the project cycle according to the initial project outline and based on ongoing conflict analysis.


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