With the Various stakeholders in Jamii Thabiti project, hosted by PeaceNet-Kenya at Rosewood Hotel, Bungoma County on 18th January 2017 from 8.30am -3.00pm. This meeting enabled PeaceNet-Kenya, our Downstream partners, county Government officials and Community members to share their experiences. in as much as how far in their project implementation, the challenges, success stories and […]
PeaceNet-Kenya with support from the Jamii Thabiti project, is currently facilitating a joint Dialogue and reconciliation meeting between members of the Soi and Ndorobo communities in Mt.Elgon, Bungoma County. This will be the last meeting that brings together these communities following all individual meetings held separately in 2016 to address their issues of concern. There […]
In late September 2016 K.P.C Kenya Peace Conference – held a meeting in Nakuru. Peace-Net Kenya attended, in support were American friends, PeaceNet, NSC, Mennonite, Pamoja for Transformation, Jamii Thabiti. Above are a sample of the pictures and those present during the Conference.
At PeaceNet we believe in empowering vulnerable girls to achieve their dreams. Recently, in partnership with Global Communities and The Youth Banner, young girls from all informal settlements in Nairobi were trained on bead work in a bid to improve their lives and livelihood. This has helped reduce the vulnerability of young girls to engage […]
Police officers signs a banner pledging to support peace in Kenya. This happened during an event supported by PeaceNet and Global Communities Kenya.
Under USAID’s Kenya Tuna Uwezo program, PeaceNet was able to address causes of conflict in Dandora including crime, negative ethnicity, poiltical violence and other social problems. Today, members of Dandora Community are co-existing peacefully and that’s why they came out in large numbers to celebrate these achievements
PeaceNet celebrating community cohesion in Mathare slums with support from USAID & Global Communities under Kenya Tuna Uwezo program
PeaceNet celebrating community resilience against radicalization and violent extremism in Eastleigh. Through USAID’Kenya Tuna Uwezo program, PeaceNet was able to hold inter-religious dialogue forum between Muslims and Christians – this fostered interfaith ties.