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Project ID:00119468Description:PBF/SDN/A-2: Building Sustaina
Peacebuilding Fund
Start Date *: 2 Jan 2020
Dialogue and Coexistance
End Date*: 30 Jun 2022
Country: Sudan Project Status: On Going
  Participating Organization:   Multiple

The project is time sensitive because it responds to UNAMID drawdown and handover of responsibilities to the Government of Sudan and UNCT, it addresses peacebuilding issues which is top priority for the Transitional Government, and it is designed to support infrastructure for peace in Darfur to prevent any relapse to a vio'ient conflict. This project is designed as a catalytic to mobilise additional support and present a conflict response model, as well as an integrated peacebuilding and area-based approach to address identified conflict drivers key conflict drivers and root causes of conflict in Tawilla, North Darfur State to ensure durable solutions and peaceful coexistence are achieved

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