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In the West African state of Guinea Bissau, Interpeace is working with the National Institute of Studies and Research to consolidate the peace process and promote social stability during the country’s post-conflict transition. After securing independence from Portugal in 1974, the country suffered military upheaval and political unrest lasting until
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Interpeace’s partner in Rwanda, the Institute for Research and Development for Peace (IRDP) has presented its recommendations for poverty reduction to a meeting in Kigali, attended by more than 200 politicians, academics and members of the diaspora. The recommendations – the culmination of three years of extensive research and consultation
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36 former prisoners of war returned safely to their homes after a year in captivity, following a successful exchange in the Sool region between Puntland and Somaliland. 12 prisoners had been captured by Somaliland and 24 by Puntland during fighting in the region in late September 2004. Their release followed
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The Academy for Peace and Development, a partner of the Geneva based peacebuilding organisation, Interpeace, is working closely with Somaliland’s electoral commission to ensure the territory’s first parliamentary elections in 14 years are fair and democratic. The Academy based in the capital Hargeisa has been training polling station officers and
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The Puntland Development and Research Centre (PRDC), one of Interpeace’s three Somali partners has succeeded in highlighting security problems to the President. “I was with a relative down by the river when two gunmen appeared from nowhere and ordered us to lie on the ground. We began to run and