Assessing Peacebuilding process in Somalia a study
Peace accords signed by after the end of armed conflict is not sufficient enough to prevent the relapse into armed conflict. Thus, it is necessary to ensure sustainable peace by addressing the root cause of violence and address structural and cultural origins of armed conflict through social reconciliation. This paper examine the peacebuilding process in Somalia over the last two decades, in particular, on the Somali experience of peacebuilding process from 2012 to 2017, as well as to outline the key challenges to the peacebuilding process. The method used is descriptive method. Utilized by secondary data obtained from books, Articles, and peacebuilding literature. The result indicated that the peace process lacks a comprehensive agreement among Somalis.