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Functional national infrastructures for peace in Africa | SAFPI

A stakeholders’ meeting of Government officials, non-state actors, including regional, international and civil society organizations has ended in Accra, Ghana with a strong call for the establishment in Africa of functional national infrastructure for peace with institutional and financial autonomy through the creation of National Peace Funds as one of its components. “The primary responsibility for establishing, developing and sustaining national peace infrastructures belong to stakeholders in Member States, especially governments, civil society organizations, the private sector and the media,” declared the two-day consultation attended by Government ministers and officials of ECOWAS Member States, the African Union Commission (AUC), the UN Development Programme (UNDP) as well as representatives of research institutions and the media.

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