Nairobi Peace Initiative-Africa

Founding Year: 1984



The “Pan African peace resource organization” is “committed to the promotion of peaceful transformation of conflict and reconciliation in Africa.” They work to “initiate and facilitate conflict transformation processes towards the realization of a peaceful, thriving and cohesive Africa.” Their strategies include “direct initiation of processes, capacity building and accompaniment of other organizations, individuals, communities and processes of peace-building”.

Nairobi Peace Initiative-Africa contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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