Non-governmental organisations and their impact in resolving local conflicts in Kenya; a case study of Baringo County
Changwony, Audrey J.
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Despite some efforts by the government, corporate bodies, civil society, national universities commission etc to reduce situations of conflict in North region part of Kenya and particularly Baringo County, peace is still elusive in the region causing humanitarian injustices and negative consequential impact to sustainable development. This research project therefore aims at an indept description of NGO roles resolution in conflict and peace building and proffering a way forward to reduce conflict situations through NGOs interventions. Content analysis was adopted, using the both primary and secondary sources of collecting data. NGOs are an aspect of civil society, without government representation, embarking in conflict reduction, welfare scheme, empowerment and employment. Among the recommendations are: government recognition and support of NGOs; NGOs increased and effective performance and government/NGOs partnership in peace and conflict issues.
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