Created Date Wednesday, 21 January 2015
Modified Date Sunday, 25 January 2015

OCVP 2014 Annual Report

altThe past year marked yet another eventful period for the Observatory of Conflict and Violence Prevention (OCVP) as it built upon its foundations to establish itself as one of the most prominent research, knowledge management and training organizations in Somaliland and Somalia today. n addition to undertaking research activities that resulted in the publication of eight District Conflict and Security Assessment Reports in Somaliland (Borama and Burao), Puntland (Garowe) and South Central (the 4 Zones of Mogadishu and Baidao), the year was also notable for the fact that assessments were also undertaken for the first time in the districts of Sheik, Garowe and Jawhar. To read these and other District Conflict and Security Assessments published in previous years


Created Date Thursday, 12 March 2015
Modified Date Thursday, 12 March 2015

OCVP 2013 Annual Report

altSince its establishment in 2009 the OCVP has organised workshops and training sessions as well as conducted in-depth research, analysis and documentation of issues regarding peacebuilding, conflict resolution and governance in order to help rescue Somalia speaking regions in Somaliland/Somalia from the multiple political, social and security related challenges that are obstacles to national reconstruction. These challenges and the local, regional and international drivers behind them continue to require a level of in-depth analysis that goes beyond traditional discourses and theories on peace and state building. In recognition of this the OCVP has continued to adopt and adapt a multidisciplinary approach to all its activities as well as create a space in which Somali’s can themselves document both past and present narratives to help inform and shape future projects and initiatives.

Created Date Thursday, 12 March 2015
Modified Date Thursday, 12 March 2015

OCVP Annual Report 2012

altOCVP was founded in June 2009 as an integral part of the Somali Community Safety Framework (SCSF) which is a forum of national Somalis, International Non- Governmental Organisations (INGOs) and United Nations Agencies (UNAs).

Created Date Monday, 13 July 2015
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