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Peacebuilding Quiz in Yemen

In the framework of the Peace Process Support for Yemen (PPSY) implemented by the GIZ, we develop an online peace-building quiz. The quiz addresses young Yemeni citizens and aims at educating them on peace, conflict and violence. The quiz is being developed in cooperation with local advisors in order to adequately address these sensible topics and ensure the accessibility of the quiz. Its overall goal is to educate local actors in the field of peacebuilding and helping them to develop capacities in order for them to be able to voice their own thoughts on these topics.

Quick facts

DURATION

01.03.2021 – 30.06.2021

LOCATIONS

Online

BENEFICIARIES

>10.000 final beneficiaries

The quiz will be structured into ten sequences with several sub-topics, covering the subject in a comprehensive manner. The quiz will not solely include questions on basic definitions and concepts of peacebuilding but will also include questions on the application of these concepts to local contexts. Further, it will address related issues such as sustainability and gender equality and thereby ensure a comprehensive and adequate didactical value.


Participants will gain a deeper understanding of non-violent conflict resolution, conflict analysis and systemic factors and actors of peacebuilding in a playful manner. Thanks to the quiz’s high emphasis on local customs and culture, be able to implement their acquired knowledge and methods to their daily lives. Eventually, students with a suitably high score earn the opportunity to voice their own ideas for peacebuilding in Yemen. The quiz will be accessible on the Atingi E-Learning Platform.

Project Goals

Help improving the conditions for non-violent conflict resolution in Yemen.

Target Groups

Yemeni youth and young adults with and without previous knowledge in peacebuilding.


Partners

This project was designed and implemented in close cooperation with


Donors

PPSY is Commissioned by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).
The Project is Co-funded by the European Union.