Community Initiatives to Promote Peace Agency for International Development

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Eliana Arteaga ()
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The United States Agency for International Development (USAID/Nigeria) is inviting applications for a Cooperative Agreement from qualified entities to implement the “Community Initiatives to Promote Peace” (CIPP) program.


The goal of the activity is to promote peaceful coexistence and stability in Nigeria. The purpose is to mitigate violent conflict in targeted communities in selected states. This will be achieved through two sub-purposes. The primary sub-purpose is to strengthen conflict prevention, mediation and early warning. This will be accomplished by empowering communities to mitigate and manage conflict as well as to resist violent extremism – and to do so in a way that can be replicated and scaled up to ensure the sustainability of the impact beyond the life of CIPP. The secondary sub-purpose is to improve linkages between conflict mitigation and other Mission sectoral programs.

This activity will address issues regarding violent conflict and reventing violent extremism (PVE) in selected communities in target states, and will also work with relevant government agencies and CSO platforms at the national level.
Funding Information
  • Estimated Total Program Funding: $15,000,000
  • Award Ceiling: $15,000,000

For more information, please visit: Community Initiatives to Promote Peace



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