Although iPeace addresses a wide range of human rights and good governance issues, specific attention is given to the youth and to vulnerable and marginalized people living in remote rural areas such as people with disability, women and children, LGBTI, people living with HIV/AIDS, refugees & internally displaced persons (IDPs) and detainees.
As far as good governance is concerned, iPeace works hand in hand with local Authorities in terms of capacity building
While iPeace works to ensure that everyone in the society is effectively contributing to its betterment, specific attention is given to members of the following groups:
Our programmes benefit people in groups as specific as people living with HIV/AIDS, LGBTI Community, Detainees, People with disability, and refugees.
In order to effectively assist our clients, iPeace:
As fas as iPeace activities are concerned, Local Leaders include:
These Local Leaders are found at cell, sector, and district levels and are critical to ensuring justice and peaceful coexistence within communities. Because Local Leaders interact daily with the people, they are the first allies of iPeace. To ensure that Local Leaders see themselves as accountable to the people, iPeace organizes trainings on Good Governance principles that emphasize effective, just leadership techniques.