Strong citizen participation and engagement in government processes, remains the most effective strategy for ensuring accountability and transparency of the state actions.
The constitution recognizes alternative dispute resolutions and the roles of all stakeholders in dealing with community conflicts.
Building the capacity of marginalized women to participate in decision-making.
The conflict issues affecting communities we work with are resource-based, political, ethnic, and class based.
We have carried out impact evaluation as well as needs assessment on Women’s Land Rights, Women and Police Engagement, Citizen participation, and Reparations.
We work with young people and youth to provide mentorship, through internship opportunities and training and capacity building on life-skills development for girls and boys.