Our Profile

Daima Initiatives for Peace and Development - (DiPaD) is a non-profit organization in Kenya registered in 2011 and aims at empowering and building the capacity of communities to be able to pro-actively, respond to social change.

 

Our Main Areas of Action

  • Capacity Building on Social Change

  • Training on Trauma Healing, Restorative Justice and Peacebuilding

  • Women and Youth Leadership Development

  • Action Research on Culture and Peacebuilding

 

Our Vision: To create an "Informed and Resilient Society."

Mission Statement: Empower Communities through Training, Research and Leadership Development using Appreciative Inquiry (AI) in attainment of Peace and Social Justice.

Our Motto: Empowering Communities for Social Change.

Commitment Statement: Create a community that is self-reliant and committed to social justice.

 

Main Objective: To initiate and promote capacity strengthening programs for women, youth and other relevant community actors, and increase their participation in societal change through sound practices in peacebuilding, human security, culture and environment, democracy, governance and development.

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Justice that Heals Learning Community (I and II)

Justice That Heals program is currently on going and seeks to integrate elements of trauma...

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Response to Westgate: Trauma Awareness and Resilience

From September 21-24, a Nairobi luxury shopping mall was under siege by a group of gunmen.

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Women Peacebuilding Leadership Programme

The new programme aims at offering scholarships to qualified Kenyan women from conflict...

Garissa: Trauma Awareness and Resilience

Provision of strategies and tools for trauma awareness to the university's students and staff.

CURRENT ACTIVITIES

WOMEN PEACEBUILDING LEADERSHIP TRAININGS

June 2015 - A two short course was done in East Africa. Held at Lukenya Machakos County - Kenya. The Women Peacebuilders are currently doing their projects for submission to Eastern Mennonite University Virginia. December 2015 -The qualified Women Peacebuilders Graduation

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SEPTEMBER 2015

RETREATS

Village star - Community dialogue meetings - Tana River County.

Restorative Justice Conferences  - Migori County

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OCTOBER 2015

TRAININGS

Migori County - Training of TOTs

Court Users Committees (CUCs) - TOTs training 

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NOVEMBER 2015

ACTIVITIES

Training of TOTs in Migori County. M/E and Annual Newsletter, NGO Board Returns. 

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DECEMBER 2015

ACTIVITIES

M/E, Annual newsletter and board meeting

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Our Commitment statement: Create a community that is self-reliant and committed to social justice.