Since its inception, PEACE has worked on promoting integral development amongst the extreme poor communities in urban and rural areas. The establishment of PEACE seeks to implement programmes which are aimed at empowering the poor and marginalized people to support and improve their livelihoods. These programmes are implemented both directly and indirectly in association with other development agencies. PEACE designs projects that are innovative, appropriate, and locally adaptable and strives to strengthen the communities’ ability to participate in implementing such projects, thus mobilising resources for self reliance. To ensure success of these projects, PEACE engages in productive performance related partnerships with other strategic organisations and institutions. These partnerships have helped in identification, planning and implementation of community programmes that enhance the social and economic livelihoods of the citizenry.


Some of the organisations and institutions that PEACE has partnered with include;

  • Centre for Human Rights and Peace, University of Nairobi - provides technical expertise on human rights and peace.
  • African College of Social Work - in collaboration with PEACE undertook trainings on leadership and management for women and youth.
  • Forest Action Network – Partnered to establish the Mwingi Community Resource Centre
  • Greenbelt Movement  - partnered to form tree planting groups in Kitui
  • Maximum Miracle Church – partnered to establish the Mutito children’s home in Zombe
  • Centre for Communication and Media Diplomacy (E.A) Ltd (CCMD)-Trainings on conflict transformation and resolution.
  • Living testimony organization-partnered in various projects providing technical support.


The organization also intends to form alliances with the government bodies and other local and international partners who share our vision of improving the quality of life and facilitating positive social transformation.