Published on: 23/01/2019

The marginalization of indigenous groups led to the outbreak of violence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in 2016, displacing more than 300,000 people. UNFPA in the DRC, together with the provincial government of Tanganyika, has launched a project to promote peace and reconciliation. This focuses on boosting work for young people and supporting them to become agents of change to advance social cohesion.

Tusikilizane (Let's Listen to Each Other) is a revolutionary conflict resolution programme that is already seeing good results.