Supporting partnerships for sustainable peace in the CAR
French version can be found here
Cordaid in collaboration with the Civil Society Platform for Peacebuilding and Statebuilding (CSPPS) and the The Bêkou Trust Fund of the European Commission’s Directorate-General for International Cooperation and Development (DEVCO) will host a workshop during the European Development Days. The workshop will address key issues for implementing the Agenda 2030 in Fragile States, notably, the need to foster peaceful, just and inclusive societies whilst building innovative partnerships for development, including women, youth and the private sector. The international development policy community has over the past years recognized the flaws in traditional development assistance in fragile states. This recognition culminated in the 2011 New Deal for Engagement in Fragile States – a set of principles agreed between OECD donors and the g7+ group of fragile and conflict-affected states to align aid to “country-led and country-owned transitions out of fragility.”
Moderator: James Mackie, Head of Learning and Quality Support, ECDPM
- H.E. Felix Moloua – CAR Minister of Economy, Planning and Cooperation
- Mr. Louis Berthelot, Head of the Fragility, Institutions and Mobility Unit, French Ministry for Europe and Foreign affairs.
- Mr. Irchad Razaaly, Bêkou Trust Fund Manager, DEVCO
- Mr. Eloi Kouzoundji, Deputy Focal Point CSPPS CAR and President of GRDDES-Centrafrique
- M. Georges Petro Koni Zeze, Minister High Commissioner for Decentralization, Regionalization and Local Development
- Mr. James Mackie, Head of Learning and Quality at ECDPM (Moderator)
Workshop panelists will review the foundations the Central African Republic will need to lay, as well as the risks the donor community must take, to ensure that the country remains firm on its path toward peace and sustainable development.
For more information on this event, please contact Eric Sanchez Garcia, CSPPS Programme Officer: EricSanchez.Garcia@cordaid.org
The event flyer can be downloaded here for dissemination.