Barriers to reintegration and community healing, including bad attitudes and mind set, lack of information or misinformation, and lack of concrete opportunities, was reduced in targeted communities.
Targeted communities have a collective, inclusive vision of reintegration, reconciliation, and peaceful coexistence for the future.
Coalitions within communities bringing in women, youth, community leaders, ex-militants together for problem-solving, community policing, and trauma healing were developed.
Communities have strengthened capacity for conflict prevention, early warning and rapid response systems.
A new channel of information and dialogue, namely Information Resource Centres, and theatre for change was established in three Niger Delta states.
Marginalised groups, and most specifically youth, women and ex-militants, have access to a platform for airing their concerns, ideas, and grievances for consideration by their peers and decision-makers.
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