Working to End the Cycle of Violence in the Tribal Lands of Eastern Africa
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Ending the Cycle of
Violence and War

Why it Matters and How We Help in Eastern Africa

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Peace Comes to
Elgeyo County

Democracy Versus Violence Ahead of the 2013 Kenyan Elections

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Mediating Peace
Between the Two
Largest Communities
in Northern Kenya

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EASTERN AFRICAN COMMUNITIES

91

SCHOOL BUILDING PROJECTS

5,000

KEY INFLUENCERS TRAINED

25,000

PEOPLE ENGAGED FOR PEACE

EDUCATION AND TRAINING FOR CONFLICT RESOLUTION

Shalom works with communities in eastern Africa to promote peace, truth, justice, mercy and reconciliation. We work with tribal and community leaders in peace workshops and training in both rural and urban settings. And we help to build, renovate and bring solar power and crucial supplies to schools. Because real peace is not the mere absence of war, Shalom’s model crosses generations and builds communities. 

Shalom Honored With International Caring Award

Last fall, Shalom’s founder and executive director was honored with the International Caring Award. Father Patrick Devine from County Roscommon received the award for his 25 years of missionary work in eastern Africa.Other inductees to the Caring Hall of Fame include Mother Teresa, Senator George Mitchell, former US President Jimmy Carter, and His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

Said Fr. Devine: “This award helps to highlight how conflict resolution can be achieved at a grass roots level by getting people to develop their own analytical skills and embrace social and economic development by understanding the fundamentals of what true peace and reconciliation are. I sincerely hope that this award helps to amplify the work of SCCRR so that it can be rolled out across the Africa.”

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