PARTNERS TO THE AUDDRCP
TRANSITIONAL DEMOBILIZATION AND REINTEGRATION PROGRAM (TDRP)
The Transitional Demobilization and Reintegration Program (TDRP) is a multi-donor initiative. It is a six-year program (2009-2015) financed by a multi-donor trust fund of US$33.7 million to support the return of ex-combatants to civilian life in Africa. The Program’s donors are the African Development Bank, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, and Sweden. TDRP activities are implemented by a World Bank technical team under the Social, Urban, Rural & Resilience Global Practice (GSURR).
For more information, please visit : TDRP Official Website
NITED NATIONS DEPARTMENT OF PEACEKEEPING OPERATIONS (UN-DPKO)
The Department of Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO) is dedicated to assisting the Member States and the Secretary-General in their efforts to maintain international peace and security.
DPKO provides political and executive direction to UN Peacekeeping operations around the world and maintains contact with the Security Council, troop and financial contributors, and parties to the conflict in the implementation of Security Council mandates. The Department works to integrate the efforts of UN, governmental and non-governmental entities in the context of peacekeeping operations. DPKO also provides guidance and support on military, police, mine action and other relevant issues to other UN political and peace building missions.
For more information, please visit : UN-DDR Official Website
EUROPEAN UNION (EU)
The close EU-AU cooperation on peace and security has become a driving force for the development of a fully-fledged Africa-EU strategic partnership, culminating in a comprehensive Joint Africa-EU Strategy (JAES) adopted in December 2007 in Lisbon, including a First Action Plan and in particular the Partnership on Peace and Security. The priorities of this unique partnership foresee an increased political dialogue on peace and security matters, the full operationalisation of the APSA and predictable funding enabling the AU and Regional Economic Mechanisms (RECs and RMs) which constitute the building blocks of the APSA to plan and conduct PSOs on the African continent.
For more information, please visit : EU Delegation to the African Union
UNITED NATIONS OFFICE TO THE AFRICAN UNION (UNOAU)
The UN Office to the AU, among other things, is tasked facilitating the coordination of peace and security activities in Addis Ababa, including the implementation of the Peace and Security Cluster of the Ten-year Capacity Building Program for the African Union. It also conducts follow up for the work of the African Union Peace and Security Council in the prevention, management and resolution of conflict in Africa, and makes policy recommendations to United Nations Headquarters on political issues requiring attention by both organizations.
LEARNING ON GENDER AND CONFLICT IN AFRICA PROGRAM (LOGICA)
The Learning on Gender and Conflict in Africa Program (LOGiCA) is a multi-donor initiative that aims to contribute to peace and security in Sub-Saharan Africa by supporting gender-sensitive activities related to insecurity and violence in conflict-affected and post-conflict countries.
For more information, please visit : LOGICA Official Website