Peace Building and Human Security
Sudan has been riddled with conflict and war ever since its inception as an independent country. A situation that is a result of decades of political, economic, and socio-cultural unrest. The fractured nature of our society in ethnic, political, economic and religious dimensions all result from this situation while simultaneously drive it, causing immense turbulence to the country’s stability, development and the security of our people.
The repercussions of these circumstances have been grave, causing social incoherence and discord, mistrust and insecurity that triggers violence between the diverse groups that make up Sudan.
But that does not have to be the case since it is known that no change or development can ever come to fruition if conflict and war plague our country. We need to dig deep and seek change from the bottom up, by creating a shared understanding on conflict and achievable ways to counter it, by opening opportunities for dialogue in search of common grounds that promote social cohesion and support joint action-oriented planning; for a more peaceful Sudan for all.
Our Peace building and human security programme is doing just that, it targets local communities at the grassroots and is pivoted along three tiers – (a) facilitating dialogue and interaction between multiple stakeholders across different levels on pressing social and development challenges, (b) stimulating local level actions that builds social cohesion and trust, and (c) preventing/countering violent extremism and enhancing the resilience of local communities
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