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Establishing social cohesion between displaced person and their host communities in Sila region : Empowering and rebuilding communities with multi-sectoral initiatives in post-conflict Chad for a sustainable change

Tchad

Titre : Establishing social cohesion between displaced person and their host communities in Sila region : Empowering and rebuilding communities with multi-sectoral initiatives in post-conflict Chad for a sustainable change

Pays /Région : Tchad

Durée : January 2014 - December 2015

Présentation
Implemented in the Sila region, the project by reinforcing top-down mechanisms with bottom-up solutions, addresses the multiple and interrelated challenges faced by the communities in the region. More specifically, the project aims to (i) increase access to safe water, food, health care and education ; (ii) reduce poverty and enhance opportunities for better employment through the provision of trainings on vocational skills and agricultural practices ; (iii) reinforce the rule of law and other support mechanisms in order to protect the human rights of vulnerable persons, regardless of legal status, origin or gender ; and (iv) strengthen the social cohesion between IDPs and the host communities so as to prevent a relapse into conflict.

Bénéficiaires
The project directly engages 8,500 people in the Sila region as well as communities in the regional capital Goz-Beida to participate in training sessions and benefit from increased employment opportunities. In total, 80,000 members of host communities and IDPs will benefit from better health, education and sanitation services, along with strengthened local governance capacities and an improved legal system.

Agences : UNDP,UNICEF, UNFPA

Budget : $3,082,750.00

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