Workshop on Government, Institutional and Governance arrangements for development responses/solutions to forced displacement

Dar es Salaam, 29th – 31st January 2019: The Displaced Persons and Border Communities project team comprising of the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR) Conference Secretariat, its scientific and technical organ, Levy Mwanawasa Regional Centre (LMRC) and the World Bank facilitated a 2-day workshop on Government, Institutional and Governance arrangements for development responses/solutions to forced displacement, from 29th – 31st January 2019, in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. The objective of the workshop was to share experiences on government, institutional and governance arrangements for development responses or solutions to forced displacement in the Great Lakes Region.

The workshop brought together selected government representatives from the Ministry responsible for Refugee Affairs, Ministry/Department responsible for National Planning and the Ministry responsible for Local Government to present and share experiences of their governments on their government, institutional and governance arrangements for development response to forced displacement, make comparisons on what has worked or is working and what has not worked also to identify policies and decisions that account for what has worked, identify common features, challenges and positive lessons and identify best practices.

At the end of the workshop, representatives from the Member States reached consensus on specific common best practices/positive lessons learned on government, institutional and governance arrangements for development responses or solutions to forced displacement.

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