Alliance for Middle East Peace

Founding Year: 2004



A consortium of 85 organizations that envisions “a Middle East in which Israelis and Palestinians have built the trust necessary to live in peace and security, prospering in societies that protect their human and civil rights.”


  • U.S. annual people-to-people funding – They secured more than $90 million in U.S. funding for people-to-people peacebuilding efforts in Israel and Palestine through U.S. annual government funding.
  • International Fund for Israeli-Palestinian Peace – They work towards “the creation of an International Fund for Israeli-Palestinian Peace inspired by the International Fund for Ireland created over 20 years ago.”
  • ALLMEP regional operationsThey work “to build a strong sense of community among” their “members and to amplify their voices in order to bring sustainable, impactful change to the region.”


Alliance for Middle East Peace contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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