Stories of peace
Today is International Day of Peace. From Somalia to Sri Lanka, our work in war zones around the world shows us that peace means different things to different people. For Peace Day 2018 we are running a campaign asking people what peace means to them. Read more »
This is Kakule Wassi's story. Kakule had the choice to join a local militia group, before being given the opportunity to get involved in vocational training run by our local partner Centre Résolution Conflits. Now, he feels well accepted and valued in the community. Read more »
Masika is 13.
She lives in DR Congo. Masika was helping her aunt collect firewood when she was captured by soldiers and forced to join the militia.
She was forced to live a life no child should live.
Thankfully, she was found by our local partner. They gave her food, shelter and psychological support.
They will find her family, or a foster home to take care of her, and provide skills training or support her to go back to school.
Local people stopping war and building peace were a lifeline to Masika.
They urgently need your support.