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In May 2017, Law No. 4/2017 (hereafter referred to as the Peace Commission Law) of Kaduna State of Nigeria officially established the Kaduna State Peace Commission. The Commission was established with the objective of ensuring the “monitoring, mitigation and prevention of conflicts with the view to promoting peaceful and harmonious co-existence in the State”.
The Statutory Mandate of the Kaduna State Peace Commission as set out in the Peace Commission Law 2017 is to:
1. Engage in conflict monitoring and mitigation activities organizing regular joint interactive meetings in communities; designing and implementing peace advocacy programs in the mass media; and carrying out peace advocacy work in schools and public places including worship centers in the State;
2. Serve as intellectual base and resource to support Government in formulating and implementing policies that relate to the promotion of peace and conflict management and developing a strategy for managing residency and citizenship matters;
3. Partner with other local and international organizations and agencies involved in peace mediation and conflict resolution work in carrying out its functions;
4. Develop models of conflict prevention and management for intra-pastoralist conflicts, and conflicts between grazing reserves settlers and host communities;
5. Promotion of mutual understanding and respect between farmers, herdsmen and pastoralists through sensitization and regular joint interactive meetings with community leaders to settle disputes and resolve common problems;
The secondary functions of the Commission are set out as:
1. To assist the Government in the formulation of policies and measures that promote general security, social stability and compliance with the rule of law, and develop strategies that will check negative social values and vices capable of causing crisis in the state;
2. To implement and review policies, peace agreements, regulations, standards, guidelines and mechanism governing peace building and conflict management; and
3. To carry out all such things as may contribute to the fulfilment of the objectives of the commission.
As part of this activity the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) hereby invites you to submit a Proposal to this Request for Proposal (RFP) for the above-referenced subject.
Your offer, comprising of a Technical and Financial Proposal, should be submitted in accordance with Section 2, through email@example.com not later than 20th March, 2019 as indicated in procurement notices.
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