Community Liaison Assistant, MINUSCA
Anselme Bezzi has worked as the Community Liaison Assistant at MINUSCA (United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic) since April 2016, specialising in protection of civilians. Prior to that, he was the national coordinator in charge of the follow-up of the evaluation project at PLAN International. He has worked for a number of different NGOs in the fields of health information and social monitoring for the protection of patients and children as well as water and sanitation. He holds a bachelor’s degree in environmental sciences.
His skills include management of inter- and intra-community conflicts; monitoring and evaluation of protection programmes (specifically on education, nutrition and health); water hygiene and sanitation; programme administration; knowledge of conflict management and human rights issues; field data collection and recording; management of collected databases and information; reporting and data analysis; promotion and dissemination of international humanitarian law; logistics management, team management.
Interreligious Activities and Initiatives
CIVIL SOCIETY ,COMMUNITY LEADERS , RELIGIOUS LEADERS AND WOMEN AND YOUTH ORGANIZATION
This present project was able to organize this capacity building workshop of community leaders in the target area so that they discuss among themselves, evoke the real problems and propose adequate solutions.
The different actors within communities are heavily involved namely youth, women and community leaders including village headmen and religious leaders.
General Objective: To promote peace by strengthening inter communuaatire dialogue in the target area of the project
Specific Objectives: The project aims to:
1. Inculcate peace values in youth, women and other community leaders;
2. Involve different key actors (Women, youth and community leaders and local peace committee) in activities aimed at restoring peace;
3. Promote respect for human rights including the rights of displaced persons, returnees and refugees;
4. Establish mechanisms for community dialogue.
The points discussed during this workshop are:
1. The values of peace and social cohesion;
2. Community activities that can contribute to the promotion of peace and social cohesion;
3. The respect for human rights including those of displaced persons, returnees and refugees;
4. Community strategy so as to promote intercommunal and interfaith dialogue.