PEACEBUILDING FUND IN SRI LANKA

Peacebuilding Fund in Sri Lanka

Peacebuilding Fund in Sri Lanka

Nearly three decades of conflict in Sri Lanka came to an end in 2009. As part of the UN’s commitment to support the peacebuilding process, the United Nations Peacebuilding Fund (PBF) began extending support to Sri Lanka in 2015. The PBF was established by the UN Secretary General in October 2006, following a request from the General Assembly and the Security Council. With the primary aim of preventing a relapse into violent conflict, the PBF is currently providing fast, flexible and relevant funding to over 20 countries.

In June 2015 Sri Lanka began accessing the Immediate Response Facility of the PBF (see further details below) and in September 2016 the Government of Sri Lanka and the UN finalized the Peacebuilding Priority Plan (PPP) in consultation with civil society and development partners. The three year plan will serve to guide support to peacebuilding in Sri Lanka, promoting coordination and coherence amongst partners.

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Immediate Response Facility

Peacebuilding Priority Plan

NEWS

08 / 30 / 2020

Message on the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances

The United Nations in Sri Lanka stands in solidarity with the families of victims of enforced disappearance from all communities across Sri Lanka. The families and friends of the victims experience the slow mental anguish of not knowing the fate of their loved ones.

08 / 21 / 2020

Message on the International Day of Remembrance of and Tribute to the Victims of Terrorism

Today, we remember and honour all victims of terrorism in Sri Lanka and across the world. The victims of the decades-long conflict and the Easter Sunday attacks last year are held dearly in our hearts. The United Nations in Sri Lanka stands together with the grieving families who have lost loved ones.