From the American People
Peace II is a three year conflict mitigation program, aimed at at strengthening cross-border security through local community initiatives and supporting conflict mitigation and early warning and resolution efforts in the region.
Twelve priority "cross-border" peace corridors were identified along the Kenya/Somalia border and Kenya/Ethiopia border as focus areas based on an analysis of a baseline survey and consultative meetings with the local communities.
30 April 2013
Across Mogadishu these days you can find youth concentrating intensely as they defend the honor of their neighborhood—on the basketball court. Many of these...
10 December 2012
Peace Dividend projects unite a village on one side of the border with a nearby village on the other side. They...
14 December 2011
For the last two decades, the Sheikhal and Makabul conflict has persisted causing loss of lives as well as properties. The Sheikhal are from the...
Lessons learnt during the PEACE II PLA (Participatory Learning and Action) at the Somalia cluster revealed lack of youth participation in decision making activities in...
20 April 2010
The Peace in East and Central Africa (PEACE II) project seeks to reduce conflict among pastoralist communities living in the remote, arid, dry lands of...
Last updated2 May 2013
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