Community Security and Stabilization Program (C2SP)

Project Overview:

  • Project Name: Community Security and Stabilization Program (C2SP)
  • Project Location: AlYarmouk Mayo – Jebel Awalia locality – Khartoum State.
  • Donor/ Partners: UNDP, Italian Agency for Development Cooperation (AICS), SDDRC,
  • Project Duration: 6 months
  • Start Date: 1 April 2018
  • End Date: 30 September 2018
  • Total budget Amount: About 40,000 USD
  • Direct Beneficiaries: 145, (Livelihoods: 70 (50 Women, 20 Youth), Capacity Building of Community Management Committee: 25, Peace Building: 50 (at least 30% are women)),
  • Total Beneficiaries (Direct and Indirect): 1065
  • Main Activities:
  • Conduction of community orientation meeting and sensitization sessions
  • Community mobilization
  • Prepare the training needs assessment study
  • Development of trainings curriculum/ packages based on the assessment findings
  • Formation, training and registration of Community Management Committee, the training are 4 rounds covered the topics of (1) Function Management skills and Financial management, (2) Project management, Natural Resource management, and Reporting and basic Monitoring and evaluation (M&E(, (3) Business Management, (4) Gender equity, Civic education including human rights, the right of participants with disability.
  • Conduction of 2 training on Peace Building and Conflict Management
  • Organization the 10 outreach of Peace Building
  • Formation and registration women group for festival stuff rental, number of group: 50 women,
  • Formation and registration youth group for welding, number of group: 20 youth/ male,
  • Provision of livelihood means to groups of women on festival stuff rental and youth on welding,
  • Conduction of REFLECT trainings for illiterate groups and community members.
  • Assist community to generate Strategic plan
  • Business and Entrepreneurship trainings for income groups.
  • Design of small friendly guide on Micro credit / Revolving credit.
  • Conduction of civic education and management trainings to committees and community members.

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