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Project ID:00108989Description:DCPSF/17-ADRA-INGO-11
Darfur Peace & Stability Fund
Start Date *: 8 Feb 2018
DCPSF Window 1
End Date*: 31 Jan 2020
Country: Sudan Project Status: On Going
  Participating Organization:   NGO/UNDP - NGO Implementation/UNDP

The project will target a total of 18 villages including Um Dewain, Salami, Aradeba and surrounding villages, Al Temet and surrounding villages, Mazrob and surrounding villages, Hemayda, Gadeer East, Tarshana, Tajona and Mogurni, Pedini, Um Rakina, Galala, Shotak, Aray, Dafur, Khidirat, Kamkama, and Rosi. The total population of the targeted villages is estimated at 48,205 individuals out of which 18,703 are female (women and youth) and 19,103 are youth. All targeted villages are located in the rural areas of Kereinik Locality. The targeted area is inhabited by different tribes and groups including Masaleet, Tama, Fur, and Misirya Jabel (sedentary tribes) and Awlad Janoub, Awlad Zaid, and Awlad Tako (nomadic tribes). The main livelihoods of these groups are farming (sedentary tribes) and livestock raising (nomadic tribes). All of them rely heavily on land and natural resources which are scarce and poorly managed. This increases the already existing competition among the different and conflicting tribes. The villages are therefore characterized by the occurrence of frequent and violent conflicts especially between agriculturalists/sedentary and pastoralist/nomadic tribes. The problem is further exacerbated by the lack of functional and effective conflict prevention and resolution mechanisms both formal (government authorities/rule of law institutions) and informal (community-based). In this regard, the project will contribute to the stabilization of the targeted communities through the restoration of mutual trust and confidence. The project objective will be achieved through an integrated approach that aims at addressing the different aspects of the conflict including the lack of effective governance and rule of law institutions particularly at the community-level, issues related to access to and control over scarce resources and limited and conflicting livelihoods. The project will adopt highly participatory approaches that are expected to increase community ownership of the development process as well as longer-term sustainability of the project impact.

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