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About Us

Peace and Development Network Trust (PeaceNet Kenya) is a national networking and partnership building organization providing a platform for CSOs, and other peace actors committed to collaboration and mobilization of national and regional initiatives for peace building, promotion of justice and conflict transformation.

The idea to set up the organization was initiated by three organizations namely Oxfam GB, the Mennonite Central Committee and the Anglican Development Desk, who were collaborating, in 1992, on providing relief support to victims of politically motivated ethnic violence in Kenya. In 1993, the Ethnic Clashes Network (ECN), was established in recognition of the need for continued coordination of relief and advocacy work around the violence, its causes and consequences, and was initially hosted by the National Council of NGOs of Kenya. In 1995, the ECN, broadened its mandate to cover broader peace issues and changed its name to Peace and Development Network (PeaceNet). In August 2005, PeaceNet registered itself as a Trust.

Vision

A peaceful and stable society that upholds equity and development

Mission

To facilitate, advocate and coordinate broad based peace and development initiatives nationally and regionally.

Core Values

PeaceNet is guided by the values of Do No Harm principles, including:
 

  • Demonstrating unquestionable commitment in serving all stakeholders.
  • Accountability in resource utilization including being good stewards of time and finances.
  • Maintaining respect and dignity for humanity at all times, regardless of any extenuating circumstances.
  • Observation of unrelenting integrity in our dealings within all program operations.
  • Exercising fairness, equity and justice in our word of promise and deed.
  • Promoting a culture of tolerance and good governance.

Our Programs

As a national networking and partnership building organization, Peacenet-Kenya participates in a number of peace promoting programs.

Policy & Governance
Policy & Governance
Partnership, Networking, Capacity Building and Human Security
Partnership, Networking, Capacity Building and Human Security

  Sauti Mashinani

A grassroots based Early Warning Early Response system

How do I report a conflict

  • Using SMS, go to your phone and send a short message to 0707 996899.
  • You can report a conflict on our website by clicking this link sautimashinani.com

How can I be sure that my details shall not be revealed?

Sauti mashinani treats information provided to them in a confidential manner. Name and contact details of people reporting conflicts are kept secret to safe guard their security and well being.

How do I become a Sauti Mashinani Peace Actor?

To become a peace actor for Sauti Mashinani, you have to be a member of an exisiting peace group. The main peace initiatives that Sauti mashinani is involved in, include: Cattle rustling, water Conflicts Political conflicts.
You can register to be a peace actor by clicking this link: sautimashinani.com

PeaceNet Team

Samwel Oando

Chief Executive Officer

Lilian Mwereza

Office Assistant

Olga Mutoro

Programs Manager

Absolom Shalakha

Partnership, Networking and Human Security. National Advisor EWER (Sauti Mashinani)

Margaret Njuguna

Project Support Officer- Nyeri PeaceNet Office

Meshack Koballa

Project Officer, Conflict Transformation

Munene Ng'ang'a

Assistant administrator / Driver

Julius K. Togom

Finance and Admin Manager

Franklin Opuko

Project Officer Jamii Thabiti

Watch / Listen

Ghetto Family Kisumu team works together with other local action groups and Peacenet to create awareness and understanding between citizens in peace.

Peace and Development Network Trust has warned that discussing the issue during campaigns is likely to whip emotions and polarize the country.

 Upcoming Events

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Mashujaa Day

From 20/10/2016 00:00 to 20/10/2016 23:59
Mashujaa Day, also known as Heroes' Day ("mashujaa" is Swahili for "heroes"), is a national day in Kenya, which is observed on 20 October as a public holiday to collectively honour all those who contributed towards the struggle for Kenya's independence or positively contributed in the post independence Kenya.

Our Partners

Below are some of our supportive partner organizations and institutions which have helped Peacenet-Kenya to deliver asistance where necessary.

Join us in campaigning for peace

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Donating Money via M-PESA Till (Safaricom)

  • Go to M-Pesa menu
  • Select Lipa na M-PESA
  • Select Buy Goods and Services
  • Enter the PeaceNet Till number 800234
  • Enter the amount you wish to donate
  • Enter your M-Pesa PIN
  • Confirm that all details are correct and SEND
  • You will receive a confirmation of the transaction via SMS

 Publications & Blogs

 Publications

Nurturing Nationhood Through Peace Media

Eliud K Situma and John Harrington Ndeta

Analyzing Peace related programming in community radio stations "if interested with the book, please call or come to our office for a copy"

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Waki Commission- Process Monitoring Report

Mutuku Nguli

CIVEP: Expectations, likely scenarios of outcomes and opportunities for peace-building and security reform in Kenya

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2015 Annual Report

Chief Executive Officer

For full report, please download using this link; http://pea...

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 PeaceNet Reports

How to Reach Us?

  • Head Office

    Regent Court Hurlingham(Block D1)
    Opp Nairobi Women's Hospital

    P.O.Box 49806-00100
    Nairobi - Kenya

    Phone:+254 700 198 122
    Email Address:peace@peacenetkenya.or.ke

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