Crisis Prevention and Recovery

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Human Rights Baraza: A Handbook on conducting Community Public Meetings

Baraza is a Kiswahili word meaning a public meeting(s) that is used as a platform for creating awareness, responding to issues affecting a given community, sharing vital information, providing citizens with the opportunity to identify and propose solutions to concerns.It is also an avenue formore

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Identification of Good Practises in Land Conflict Resolution in Acholi

In a farming region affected by two decades of conflict, land, a crucial element for the livelihood of the Acholi, has become simultaneously a major stake and a source of conflict. At the height of the civil war that pitted the Lord’s Resistance Army against the Government of Uganda, approximatelymore

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The Community-Based Resilience Analysis (CoBRA) Assessment Report

The Community-Based Resilience Analysis (CoBRA) Assessment Report presents the findings on the resilience assessment conducted in Karamoja sub-region. The report looks at defining from the perspective of local communities the characteristics and aspects of resilience. more

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The Disaster Risk Management-Climate Change Adaptation Communication Plan

The Disaster Risk Management/Climate Change Adaptation Communication Plan outlines the communication activities and tools for information and awareness-raising on disaster risk management and climate change adaptation. The document integrated with the crisis management or operations plan, wellmore

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The Disaster Risk Management-Climate Change Adaptation Media Engagement Strategy

The Disaster Risk Management/Climate Change Adaptation Media Engagement Strategy presents the mechanisms for enhanced media engagement in DRM/CCA reporting and participation. more

OUR WORK - CRISIS PREVENTION AND RECOVERY

Since 2011, UNDP has focused on strengthening peace and reconciliatory initiatives in the conflict–affected region of Northern Uganda. It is working to enable formerly displaced communities to not only settle back safely into their homes, but also gain access to basic social services like health and  education and the skills to be economically productive.

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