WELCOME TO AFRICA PEACE POINT
Africa Peace Point (APP) is a Pan-African peace building resource organization in Kenya committed to the realization of peace through conflict transformation and reconciliation in Africa. Founded in 1998 as a response to the conflict situations in the Horn of Africa, APP has since grown and has been intricately involved in a wide range of conflict resolution initiatives in Kenya, East Africa and beyond in collaboration with its partners. APP has been involved in conflict mediation, capacity building, (especially among the marginalized communities), research and documentation. The sole aim being to seek to influence policy in areas relevant to its missions, promote reflection and learning from best peace building practices.
Kenya National Dialogue 2018
Our conflict management team has been Engaging in the Kenya’s National Mediation Framework 2018. We have been pivotal n the mediation process in the famous handshake. We have been offering our services on conflict management strategies to all stakeholders across the the political divide in East Africa.
Monitoring and evaluation
Monitoring and evaluation is all about learning from what you are doing and how you are doing it, and taking action to adjust your strategy accordingly. We undertake systematic performance in monitoring and reporting of programs, as well as periodic review of specific activities under different programs/projects and overall evaluation of their impact.
Focus of our research: We are committed to tackling the societal, political and economic challenges which arise in the context of conflict management with interdisciplinary approaches in research, education and consulting. We are interested in approaches to transforming violent conflict across the globe.
Celebrating the International Day of Peace
The international day of Peace, sometimes unofficially known as World Peace Day, is observed annually on 21 September. It is dedicated to world peace, and specifically the..
Kenya Peace Network
The network purposes to empower communities to participate more actively by having a stronger national voice in the legislative and policy making and implementation processes enabling collective and
The Peace Building & Reconciliation Course
Specific goals To holistically respond to the socio-economic, political, religious and cultural conditions in grassroots communities that are increasingly breeding conflict
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International Conference Series
The conference series has the following broad goals; To interrogate the linkages between local conflicts and international interests in Africa with the aim of developing sustainable resolution methodologies; To highlight and support African local
Amplification of the Marginalized Voices through Grassroots Initiatives
Overall goal "To enhance grassroots peace-building capacities by equipping them with the necessary skills and knowledge”. Strategic objectives To establish a