To prevent and protect victims of socio-political and ethnic violence by promoting constructive dialogue, engagement and human rights at all levels, and empowering communities to improve their living standards.
To be a world class civil society organization recognised for its contribution to the prevention and protection of victims of socio-political and ethnic violence through community empowerment.
We shall be a not-for-profit and upholds the highest values for humanity and or non-discrimination on the basis of political affiliation, social class, ethnicity, race, religious beliefs, gender and sexual orientations.
Many internally displaced persons (IDPs) living in Nakuru County are considering ending their lives because of the harsh living conditions they have experienced since the 2007/2008 post-election violence (PEV). In a study published earlier this month by BMC Public Health, the victims of the violence that brought Kenya literally to its knees, say they regretRead More
Internally displaced persons (IDPs) are among the most vulnerable people in the world today. Previous research highlights that conflict-induced forced displacement can cause problems with mental health and wellbeing. This study aimed to contribute to this body of knowledge by investigating the mental health, quality of life, and life satisfaction among IDPs living in Nakuru,Read More