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.


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

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 Events – Year 2023

“Our children may learn about the heroes of the past. Our task is to make ourselves architects of the future” – Jomo Kenyatta

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

“It always seems impossible until its done”Nelson Mandela

“If the history of Africa was written by Africans and by women, I think we would find many unsung heroes” – Sahle-Work Zewde

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2 Focus Group Discussions|Nairobi

Field Research| Nairobi

Field Research & Focus Group Discussion| Kisumu

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Aisha Nyawa

Some of the acts that we take for granted are actually forms of SGBV that ought to be addressed such as the groping and spanking which happens rather so often at the ferry. I’m so glad I know what action to take when this happens again.

Otieno Ochieng

Attending the training was such an eye opener interms of tackling cases of human trafficking especially when it comes to rescuing a victim. It also offered an opportunity for networking hence making the use of the national referral mechanism practical.

Mwanasiti Rama

The knowledge on safe migration will really come in handy for the women i interacts with in her table banking groups. Hopefully, they will help safeguard their families and in turn  the whole community.

Emmanuel Daktari

I have learnt how to check for the legitimacy of an agency and look forward to sharing this with my  deaf friends and my brother who intends to travel for employment soon.

Abbas Salim

My ambition and desire to study law has been reignited after attending the paralegal training. It’s a good feeling to have tangible knowledge that are practically applicable when solving cases at the community.

Mwanakombo Mohammed

Many at times we follow traditions without looking into the effects it has on our children. For instance the sex education that makes them want to experiment what they’ve learnt their by making them vulnerable to sex trafficking.

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