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Community Empowerment for Peace and Development West Nile (CEPAD-WN) is a voluntary non-profit-making organization that works to resist violence, transform conflicts, and build peace in communities. Founded in 2014 By Ugandan women who have worked in conflict zone for more than a decade and are scholars of peace and conflict prevention. CEPAD-WN registered entity with Uganda NGO bureau, a member of West Nile NGO forum, West Nile Humanitarian platform. The organization since its inception has worked with civil society organizations, particularly the youth, women, faith-based, refugee and host community population and traditional structures in West Nile to transform conflicts, and to promote nonviolent and democratic principles. Based in Arua, Uganda, CEPAD-WN works with vulnerable groups and partners across the country to support individuals and organizations to enhance skills needed to transform violent conflicts and build bridges across ethnic, religious, and political divides. CEPAD-WN is established on the belief and conviction that just, peaceful, and democratic societies can be achieved by people who are conscious and aware of their civil and political rights.. We work with volunteers, interns and researchers and have a strong capacity building program for our new staff and graduates entering in the job market. We give you hands on training to enhance your skills to be able to achieve your career goal and compete favorably in the job market.

Interested persons can connect with us vial email and social media accounts or visit our offices At NACWOLA Building Opposite CEFORD to learn more about our work.

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purpose of the formation of the peace clubs is to promote peaceful coexistence among the refugees and host, refugee and refugees through dialogues and sensitization that are aimed at passing messages of peace to the community. Four groups of peace committees 10 persons per group were formed. The members ccomprised of the youth, women representatives, youth leaders, community leaders among others.