People's Voices for Peace (PVP)

Conflicts: Uganda

Contact this organisation

P.O BOX 1118 Gulu
+256 772 586 779

Thematic areas

Children and youth
Conflict prevention and early warning
Culture, media & advocacy
DDR
Development
Health & counselling
Human rights
Mediation & Dialogue
Peace education
Research
Technology and peacebuilding
Transitional justice and reconciliation
Women, Peace and Security

People's Voice for Peace (PVP) has been a sustained voice for peace in northern Uganda. Its activities include building  networks of grassroots women for Peace, Justice and Reconciliation.  The purpose is to give voice to the concerns  and priorities of women during the current post conflicts situations, continue facilitating community reintegration of formerly abducted children in northern Uganda, and consolidating the current relative peace through collaborative initiatives  with women's peace building organisations from the Northern Uganda, Institute for Peace and Strategic Studies of Gulu university and University of Oklahoma (USA) Centre for Peace and Development.  PVP achieves its aims through training, collaborative initiatives, lobbying, meetings, field visits, peace marches and community mobilisation.

Last updated: December 2019

How you can help

How to make a donation

Through the PVP organisational bank account on request.

The impact of your donation

It will support the grassroots peace initiatives implementation by PVP on Peace, Justice and Rehabilitation.

How to promote this organisation

For more information <a href=" http://www.c-r.org/who-we-are/people/author/rosalba-oywa">here</a>

How you can participate

Collaborative Initiatives on Peace, Justice and Reconciliation. Providing voluntary technical expertise in the filed of peace, justice and rehabilitation Sharing relevant information on peace, justice and rehabilitation Donations either in kind or finance to support the organisational activities