Community based conflict reduction and peace building in Kebkabiya, North Darfur

This project aimed to increase the adaptive capacity of both agriculturalist and pastoralist communities in Kebakabiya, through cooperative land management planning, conflict resolution, and improved access to water with appropriate technology. Practical Action’s innovative approach involved establishing community based organisations (CBOs) and Peace Committees, that resolve disputes, identify community needs, translating them into community action plans and promote peace between diverse groups

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