Latest Projects

RAINBOW OF HOPE DOES IT AGAIN

We came as strangers we left as friends – Rainbow of Hope does it again!

For 6 months, Lebanese and Syrian children went on a journey to learn about diversity, acceptance, coexistence, empathy, and non-violent ways to resolve conflicts through a variety of games and storytelling activities.

“C’Est Possible”: a Project Debut in Madagascar

Our project Samy Gasy tackles Madagascar’s political fragility, bringing together local leaders for training on dialogue and conflict transformation.

Partnership for Social and Behavior Change in Yemen – Second Phase

With support from UNICEF, we are finalizing the second phase of Partnership for Social and Behavior Change in Yemen, an 18-month project in the governorates of Taiz and Al-Hodeidah. The project aims at reducing the impact of conflict on children’s health and encourages dialogue on sensitive children’s health […]

Integrated Social Cohesion and Development

Since 2015, our team in Yemen has been working with UNDP to review the success of the 2011 project Integrated Social Cohesion and Development, implemented in the governorates of Taiz and Abyan. The goal of the project was to integrate community-led conflict prevention into development initiatives led by […]

Yemen Common Ground Institute (Yemen CGI)

Building on its successes in Tunisia, our MENA Common Ground Institute is expanding to Yemen, with support from the European Union. The MENA CGI launched in 2015, and pursued four objectives: building the skills of a new generation of Arabic-speaking dialogue experts; supporting dialogue initiatives and raising awareness […]

Promoting Social Cohesion and Conflict Transformation through Insider Mediators

In partnership with UNDP, our Yemen team is currently leading a project titled Enhanced Rural Resilience in Yemen in the governorates of Abyan and Al-Hodeidah. The program aims to enhance the resilience of rural communities affected by crises, supporting livelihoods, local governance, social cohesion, and access to sustainable […]

My Neighbor is My Brother – Helping Communities to Embrace Peace in Tanganyika

The Tanganyika and Haut-Katanga provinces, known for their rich deposits of copper and other metals, used to be a stable area of the DRC. In 2013, the region has plunged into conflict, pitting the tribes of the Luba and the Twa against each other; since then, relationships between […]