Closing Ceremony for USAID’s Cultural Cohesion for Peace and Prosperity (2C2P) program

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Wednesday, January 5, 2022
Chargé d'Affaires a.i. Steven Koutsis during the closing ceremony of the Cultural Cohesion for Peace and Prosperity program.
U.S. Embassy, Guinea

Chargé d'Affaires, a.i. Steven Koutsis and USAID Deputy Mission Director Izetta Y. S. Minko-Moreau participated in the closing ceremony for the Cultural Cohesion for Peace and Prosperity (2C2P) program. 2C2P is a USAID-funded program to support Guineans in developing a culture of peace through conflict prevention, mitigation, and management. Implemented by Catholic Relief Services, the program helped create a social contract for peace between local officials and citizens and contributed to strengthening social cohesion among citizens across communities and ethnic groups.

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