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Joint Program for Local Governance and Decentralized Service Delivery (JPLG) II (Somalia)


Direction du Développement de la Coopération (Suisse)

Titre : Joint Program for Local Governance and Decentralized Service Delivery (JPLG) II (Somalia)

Pays/Région : Somalie

Numéro du projet : 7F-08723.01

Phase en cours : 01.08.2013 - 31.12.2017

Partenaires chargé de la mise en œuvre : UNDP (Multi-Partner Trust Fund Office), managing the joint UN-Partnership implementing the JPLG Project : UN-HABITAT, ILO, UNDP, UNICEF and UNCDF (UN Capital Development Fund).

Somalia has experienced war and diverse sorts of conflicts over more than 20 years, which have reduced the society mainly into clan divisions that are the lowest common denominator of protection and survival. They divided the country into three broad regions : the secessionist Somaliland, the semi-autonomous Puntland and the still highly unstable South-Central region. In recognition of these political and administrative divisions in Somalia, the JPLG focuses on the three zones in order not to promote unbalance and further destabilization, while developing separate interventions appropriate to their respective specificities. The Constitution of Somalia underlies a federal State. The new (2012) Federal government of Somalia appears committed to building the State including through autonomous local authorities, providing a rather enabling political environment.

In Somalia, the world’s most fragile country, the Joint Program for Local Governance and Decentralised Service Delivery (JPLG) contributes to peace, development and equitable service delivery in the 3 main zones of Somalia (Somaliland, Puntland, South-Central), thanks to the joint expertise of 5 UN Organisations. It enhances local service delivery by local administrations while rebuilding the citizens’ confidence in their representatives and State institutions, contributing to a bottom-up Peace and State building process (New Deal).

Budget alloué par la DDC pour la phase en cours : CHF 9’000’000
Budget total du projet pour la phase en cours : CHF 141’046’474

Coopération Suisse

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