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Political accommodation and reconciliation in Somalia (CDI-SOYDEN-Forum ARC)

IATI Identifier: US-EIN-56-2460366-XM-DAC-7-PPR-29436

Published on IATI
  • date_range Apr 01, 2017 - Oct 31, 2021
  • autorenew Implementation (Status)

Conflict Dynamics International (Conflict Dynamics) leads the implementing consortium in partnership with the Somali Youth Development Network (SOYDEN) and the Forum of Federations (FoF). The program of work described below aims to deliver significant impact towards the following ARC sub-goals: - 1.2 Formal and informal authorities responsible to maintain security perform their tasks more effectively, more accountably and in better coordination, responding to the needs and rights of the population - 1.3 Communities and civil society lead efforts to improved human security independently and in coordination with responsible authorities By contributing to a lessening of conflict at the local level, and supporting governance structures that effectively prevent and mitigate conflict the program of work is also expected, though the creation of an enabling environment, to make a contribution towards other ARC goals, in particular: - 3.1 National and international actors take responsibility for effective and inclusive mechanisms for peacebuilding and prevention of conflict, with an active role for women - 3.2 Government institutions at all levels implement laws and policies and have functioning mechanisms in place for internal and external accountability The program of work comprises two complimentary approaches to lessening of conflict at the local level and supporting governance structures that effectively mitigate conflict: - Program Outcome A focuses on addressing local level human security challenges faced by communities across Somalia as a result of an incomplete reconciliation process by creating and supporting inclusive local level peace architecture. - Program Outcome B focuses on supporting the Federal Government and Federal Member States in reaching consensus on, and beginning to implement, an accommodating distribution of powers as part of the process of creating a federal Somalia.

  • Legal and judicial development

  • Legislatures and political parties

  • Executive office

  • Local government administration

  • Civilian peace-building, conflict prevention and resolution

  • Decentralisation and support to subnational government

Participating Organisations

Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs Government Funding
Conflict Dynamics International International NGO Accountable
Somali Youth Development Network National NGO Implementing
Forum of Federations International NGO Implementing


Transaction Value Provider
Type Date
6,750,000 EUR Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs Conflict Dynamics International
date_range Mar 14, 2017
1,480,777 EUR Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs Conflict Dynamics International Incoming Funds
date_range Nov 29, 2016


1,637,659 USD
  • 1,480,777 EUR (Valued at Nov 01, 2016)
    date_range Nov 01, 2016 - Oct 31, 2017
access_time Updated on Aug 02, 2021 21:21:27
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