Many countries in the world have in the past faced conflicts that resulted to war or are currently experiencing one. The methods used to resolve conflicts are determined by the nature of the conflict such as a civil war might necessitate the reconciliation of the warring groups and the available resources that are perceived to have tangible results and a lasting effect. Conflict resolution is enforced during and after the crisis to enhance post-conflict peace. This is an entailed discussion of post-conflict resolution measures taken in a war torn country and the related United Nation Development Programme (UNDP) intervention.
Congo DRC has experienced a severe civil war which a number of regional countries intervened in efforts to instill stability. A global and all inclusive Peace Agreement was signed in December 2002 in South Africa (Amnesty International, Disarmament, Demobilisation and Reintegration, 2005) leading to a transition of a power sharing government in 2003 composed of representative of the former government and a number of Congolese armed groups involved in the conflict. The two were entrusted with the mandate of uniting the country and preparing for national elections. The major objective of the peace agreement was to disarm, demobilize and reintegrate fighters who were estimated to range 300,000 and 330,000, part; to a civilian life and reinstate the rest to the unified national army- Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo ( Programme National de Désarmement, Démobilisation et Réinsertion du gouvernement de la RDC 21).
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