59% The percentage of respondents in Koko who have never participated in decision-making in their community.
94% The percentage of respondent in Oporoza who feel that reconciliation is possible in their community.
98% vs. 55% The percentage of survey respondents in Koko that feel that reconciliation is possible in their community vs. those that feel that the Amnesty process has contributed to reconciliation in their community.
2/5 Only participants in two of the five focus groups in Kaiama stated that they would be willing to work with the ex-militants on projects that would benefit the entire community.
66% The percentage of survey participants who said that they were never included in decision-making in Amassoma.
4/5 Participants in four of the five Focus Group Discussions in Oporoza saidviolence is seen as an effective way to bring about change in their community.
68% The percentage of Kaiama survey participants that said they are never involved in decision-making in their communities.
54% The percentage of Kaiama community members surveyed that said they did not know how to make authorities accountable to the community needs.
52% vs. 11% The percentage of women surveyed in Kpor who felt that they had a role to play in developing the community vs. those that felt that they were involved in decision-making.