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 - Facilitate the economic and social reintegration of ex-combatants into civilian communities, contributing to broader security, reconciliation and recovery in South Sudan.
 - “In 1993 I fled the war in Burundi and took my family to D.R. Congo” says Crispin Niragira, “We fled the terrible war in DRC in more
 - In Burundi, FAO is supporting returnee, displaced and ex-combatant groups on Lake Tanganyika though a UN Peace Building Support Office supported project aiming to consolidate peace more
 - To achieve a peaceful reintegration of the ex-combatants discharged from armed groups, thereby ensuring community stability, the peaceful co-existence of prior adversaries and the sustainability of more
 - To provide productive reintegration support to ex-combatants discharged from armed groups in Kassala state, enabling them to pursue safe, peaceful and appropriate livelihood activities within their more
 - It could be considered one of South Sudan’s most important tasks after the civil war - finding a job for those who fought for its freedom. more
 - The purpose of DDR: the disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration programme in South Sudan is one of the most important tasks after the civil war: finding a job more
 - Julie Kambu Mayemba is 40 years old and lives not far from Kinshasa, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, with her husband and five children. more
 - The signing of Sudan’s Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) on 9 January 2005 marked the end of Africa’s longest civil war and opened the way for a more