Graca Machel

Preventing the conflicts of tomorrow means changing the mindset of youth today.

Sembène Ousmane

The development of Africa will not happen without the effective participation of women. Our forefather’s image of women must be buried once for all.

Our Vision

Transforming societies through building resilient and peaceful communities
where women and youth are the drivers of peace and development in Africa.

Peace and security

Leadership development

Youth development

Women empowerment

Our Mission : Mobilizing women and youth for leadership in peace and development in Africa through integrated capacity development, research and practice.

General Objectives : NCP was established to offer high quality and professional cutting-edge peacebuilding, women empowerment, youth, and leadership development programs on the African continent, through social research, capacity building, entrepreneurial and technological skills development.

Our Values

Provide professional and high quality programs on peacebuilding, women
empowerment, youth development and leadership on the African continent.

Professionalism

Integrity

People-Centred

Results Oriented

Accountability

Diversity

Responsiveness

Our Principles

NCP is neutral and non-partisan, and works with other civil society, private and government entities to promote peace, leadership, women empowerment and youth development in Africa.

Compliance with standards

NCP respects legal and acceptable standards among political, social and economic expressions and indigenous traditions.

Compliance with standards

NCP respects legal and acceptable standards among political, social and economic expressions and indigenous traditions.

Listening to everyone

NCP listens and speaks with respect to deepen mutual understanding and trust in conflict situations.

Listening to everyone

NCP listens and speaks with respect to deepen mutual understanding and trust in conflict situations.

Non-violent approaches

NCP practices non-violent approaches to social change, collaborates with other development organisations, and is committed to continuous learning and adaptation.

Non-violent approaches

NCP practices non-violent approaches to social change, collaborates with other development organisations, and is committed to continuous learning and adaptation.

International Board Of Advisors

Mrs. Christelle Meledje Benaiah

Côte d’Ivoire

Mr. Nana Busia, Jr.

Ghana

Prof. Annie B. Chikwanha

Zimbabwe

Mr. Jean-Louis Boua

Côte d'Ivoire

The Staff

Dr. Tony Karbo

Executive Director

Expert in research, peace and security, peacebuilding and development.

Mrs. Stéphanie Minou

Program Officer

Stephanie is passionate about the development of the African continent...

Mrs. Flaviour Sisala Chanda

Program Officer

Expert in Environmental Sciences and Climate Change.

Mr. Bertrand Brou

IT Assistant

Bertrand is passionate about Computers, Communication and New Technologies.

Associates

Transforming societies through building resilient and peaceful communities
where women and youth are the drivers of peace and development in Africa.

Mrs. Nokukhanya Mncwabe

South Africa

Dr. Johannes John-Langba

Sierra Leone

Dr. Fiona Timusiime

Ouganda

Mr. Jordan Sera

Côte d’Ivoire

OUR BROCHURES FOR YOU

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YOUTH FOR PEACE CÔTE D'IVOIRE PICTURES AND VIDEOS

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Our Publications

The Palgrave Handbook of Peacebuilding in Africa

Tony Karbo, Kudrat Virk

This handbook offers a critical assessment of the African agenda for conflict prevention, peacemaking, peacekeeping, and peacebuilding; the challenges and opportunities facing Africa’s regional organisations…

The African Union: Autocracy, Diplomacy and Peacebuilding in Africa

Tony Karbo, Tim Murithi

This book presents a diplomatic history of the African Union and readers are treated to a rigorous analysis of Africa’s peace and development prospects and challenges.” — Professor Victor Adetula, Head of Research, Nordic Africa Institute, Uppsala, Sweden…

Peacebuilding in the Margins

Tony Karbo

Peacebuilding in the Margins is a timely publication, and Tony Karbo and his team at Karamoja Cluster Project (KCP) deserve considerable credit for organiszing it. The collection of essays explores the challenges of peacebuildind in the marginalized communities of the Karamoja cluster in East Africa…

N'zarama in Pictures

Group photo after the opening ceremony of Youth 4 Peace Côte d’Ivoire.

Mr Theophile Touhou, Associate Member of NCP. Moderator of the panel: Evaluation of the regional architecture of peace and security, links with ECOWAS, AU and the normative frameworks of UN and the roles of the youth.

Final communique Youth for Peace Côte d’Ivoire.

Peacebuilding Narratives – Stories of some young peacebuilders in Côte d’Ivoire. Abidjan Peace Talks, 11th October 2019, French Institute Côte d’Ivoire.

AYA Béatrice Koffi, speaker at the Peace Talks, 11th October 2019, French Institute Côte d’Ivoire.

Our Partners

Our public and private partners help us fulfil our commitments to people and institutions
in Africa, therefore demonstrating the mutual recognition of our professionalism and respective qualities.

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