Building Lasting Peace Through Forgiveness and Conflict Resolution
Burundi has seen on-off armed violence for more than 40 years since gaining independence in 1962. Its conflict issues are rooted in political, social, and historical tensions between social groups and families. Although much of the violence has subsided in recent years, extreme poverty, and a lack of resources, continue to be major barriers to stability and sustainable peace for many of the families in the country.
The Conflict Resolution Program offers community members opportunities to build lasting peace by bringing people together in love, ministries, financial collaboration, and by impactful conversations on forgiveness, courage, and healing. Help us continue our efforts to build sustainable peace in each local community.