The peacebuilding program of the Ecumenical Church Leaders Forum has far reaching dividends

It has led to the establishment of local peace committees in parts of every province in Zimbabwe. Beyond the borders of Zimbabwe, it has reached Lesotho, Zambia, Eswatini, Botswana, South Africa, South Sudan, Nigeria and Brazil. Support for the program has come from partners in the United States of America, Sweden, Germany, and Canada as well as from the UNDP.​

2 days ago
Churches Convergence on Peace

Today ECLF engaged with key stakeholders in Tsholotsho during an inception meeting under CCCOP. The meeting provided a critical opportunity for stakeholders to deliberate on the conflicts plaguing ... See more

4 days ago
Photos from Ecumenical Church Leaders Forum - Zimbabwe's post

The Human Security approach takes a holistic view of peace. Today as we commemorate Global Handwashing Day let us remember that any insecurity in health dimensions creates fertile ground for conflict ... See more

6 days ago
Churches Convergence on Peace

This morning the ECLF team kicks off the CCCOP in Matobo district with the project inception meeting. Despite the chilly weather and the rains, key stakeholders made their way to the Council ... See more

6 days ago
Churches Convergence on Peace

Pastor Shadreck Ncube from Zimbabwe Christian Alliance sharing with Matobo stakeholders about the core values the CCCOP is based on. ZCA was the lead partner in Matobo during the CCOP and ECLF is ... See more

1 week ago

On the 11th of October ECLF joined the world in celebrating the IInternational Day of the Girl Child, which seems to, amplify the voices and rights of girls everywhere.

The theme for this year, ... See more

1 week ago

How much conflict are you creating knowingly or unknowingly, just with your tone of voice and delivery when communicating with others?

1 week ago
Iam4Byo Fighting Covid19

Peace building is not just about resolving or managing conflict and minimizing the threat of violence. According to the human security approach it is about a multitude of measures that address global ... See more

Last Friday, I am for Bulawayo Fighting Covid19 and it’s partners officially handed over donations to Ekusileni Hospital during the Hon Vice President of Zimbabwe and Minister of Health and Child ... See more

1 week ago

Song and dance are one of the unique ways through which people express their emotions, be it joy, sorrow, hope etc. During a conflict management sensitization workshop with community leaders in ... See more

2 weeks ago
Photos from Ecumenical Church Leaders Forum - Zimbabwe's post

The majestic Matobo Hills are not only one of Zimbabwe's major tourist attractions but they also hold a key place in the history of our people. If these Hills could talk they would tell of Bantu ... See more

2 weeks ago

Everyday provides us with an opportunity to contribute to peaceful co-existance in our families, the work place, our community and even the nation as a whole. What are you doing to help foster ... See more

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