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Manuals | August 7, 2017

Social Cohesion Integration Diagnostics Tool (SCIDAT) - User's Guide

This user’s guide is a strategic tool designed to help senior management teams, program officers and program managers to better understand the potential of their country program to integrate social cohesion activities into core program areas. The guide features a simple questionnaire that can be administered by a peacebuilding specialist or an office’s head of programming. It is intended to be used by field practitioners interested in integrating social cohesion approaches, concepts and tools with humanitarian and development activities. Any staff member involved in a project can be invited to complete the questionnaire. Accomplishing social cohesion integration goals will depend greatly on involvement of each agency’s country representatives and heads of programming. Achieving readiness and follow through with the integration of social cohesion ideally requires the commitment from the country program as a whole.

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