Who We Are:

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.

Vision

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

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 Events – Year 2020

Education is not a way to escape poverty, it is a way of fighting it.” – Julius Nyerere

“It’s the little things citizens do. That’s what will make the difference.” – Wangari Maathai

“Sometimes it falls upon a generation to be great. You can be that generation.”   – 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

Democracy Week |Msambweni

Democracy Week|Kinango

Democracy Week|Lunga Lunga

Civic and Voter Education |Msambweni

Civic and Voter Education |Matuga

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Let’s talk about Gender stereotypes and how it had affected your years of growing up.

I keep asking where do our mothers go wrong when you see the contrast of the brothers and sisters. https://twitter.com/evansquezn/status/1331661701964558338

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Testimonials

Rhoda Marangu

Taking good care and empowering people with disabilities today is a sure way of ensuring a brighter future for them, their families, and society.

Robi Philosomani

Dowry should be done away with as it is very expensive. Many youths don’t get married because of this.

Peter Litiema

Great insights. Child abuse in most cases is deemed to incline towards the girl child. We forget that we expose the boy child to abuse when we let that small boy in the village play without shorts.

Fatuma Shaban

The opportunity to attend this training educated me on women’s rights and gave me the confidence to speak to my sister. The training created such a positive impact in my life and also helped me find a solution to be shared with my sister who’s a victim of domestic abuse.