A clearly underlined danger lies in “xenophobic” behavior characterized by hostility against “non-native” people. Attitudes that divide populations, shatter resources and create a climate of tension conducive to the emergence of violence.
The SCP / EED – Great Lakes and Mano River Regions works at different levels: know-how, know-how, know-how, living together. The following actions constitute the program’s areas of intervention:
- At the level of community and society
- Accompany local structures,
- To anayze togetherhat goes beyond us,
- Capitalize and document,
- At the organizational level,
- Responsabilities of actors
- Strengthen technical capacities,
- Awareness (training, awareness)
- Au niveau du réseautage et de la promotion des synergies
- Facilitating exchanges,
- Developing synergies,
- Creating dialogue with the States (claims),
- Giving a voice and enhancing the expression of populations.
The following questions are at the basis of the program’s work:
- How to analyze and manage unspoken?
- How to measure impacts?
- How to work and interact in “truth”?
- How can we question ourselves without losing our footing?
- How to read the signs of the times, anticipate?