Peace Tree Network is a registered Trust in Kenya working in the field of Peace building and Conflict Transformation, Human Rights, Gender and Development, Research and Advocacy. It has been in existence since the year 2000 working in different areas both within and outside the country. To ensure its objectives are met it works in partnership with CBOs, opinion leaders and the community members especially the youth and women who are involved in community development.


PTN envisions a peaceful co-existence amongst people and states of the region.

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Peace is costly but it is worth the expense.Kenyan Proverb

“When we plant trees, we plant seeds of peace and seeds of hope.”Wangari Maathai

“If you want to make peace with your enemy, you have to work with your enemy. Then he becomes your partner.”  – Nelson Mandela

“Do your little bit of good where you are; it’s those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world.”Desmond Tutu

Training on Citizenship and Good Governance | in Kinango

Peace building, Security & Conflict Mitigation  Workshop | in Msambweni

Human Rights Education | In Lunga Lunga and Kinango

  1. Community forum: Impact of Citizenship on the Makonde Community | 5th to 6th September at Msambweni
  2. Research : Road to Citizenship: The Case of the Makonde Community in Kwale | 16th -19th September | in Kwale County
  3. Human Rights Education | 9th -13th September at Kinango | 16th -20th September in Lunga Lunga


Radio Talk Show

At Kwale County

Social Forum on Enlighten the family to empower the community

At Kinango, Kwale County

Nyamvula Ngao

I thought that children were only meant to be born and live. It never occurred to me that they had rights too

Mwabishi Mwandalo

Being at the training has opened my mind especially with matters regarding marital rape as I thought this was non-existent. From now henceforth I will always respect my wife’s stand when it comes to bedroom matters as opposed to my previous engagements with her

Salim Chilungu

I had no idea that our grandparents were being offensive when jokingly teasing our children when growing us they touch their private parts or breasts as they grew older in a joking manner. I realize now that this is punishable in the eyes of the law as gathered from the training

Mwanapili Hamisi

I now know that I have a right to ask why I am being charged for an offence without just following the police directives in silence. These occurrences have been prevalent in our areas near the border where the police harass us as we fetch firewood, sometimes they threaten to have us jailed and request for bribery.