Peace School, Adjumani, Uganda

PEACE International built a school in a displaced person's camp in northern Uganda so children can still get an education. 

Director's Report on Trauma-Healing Conference

Help educate children who have fled to northern Uganda.

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 Dinka and Nuer women involved in trauma healing process sitting together sharing their pain over the years as the beginning of living and working together as children of God. (July 2015 Khamati)

Partnerships in East Africa for Community Empowerment 

War in their homeland disrupted the education of many thousands of South Sudanese children. You can give those children an education - and hope -- by giving to PEACE International. PEACE constructed a school in a northern Uganda refugee camp called Olua 1.  Classrooms are packed and many more children wait for their chance. 


Dinka/Nuer Trauma-Healing for Sudanese Refugees 

PEACE International has conducted two Trauma Healing Training sessions in Adjumani, Uganda over the past four months. This training brought together 20 church leaders from the two main warring tribes, Dinka and Nuer. The tribal groups are living in refugee settlements at Adjumani. PEACE plans to have another training session after the first of the year. 

Read this exciting report on the Trauma-Healing training filed by PEACE International Director, Rosemary Khamati

* Each training, which will consist of 20 participants, will cost about USD6,000 for a total of $24,000. Please consider helping with the cost of this crucial training.