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.​

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    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

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    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

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    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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    WEEKLY ROUND UP
    This week our team of facilitators were kept busy with a series of activities in Bulawayo, Nkayi and Bikita.

    In Bulawayo we are continuing with capacity building sessions with ... See more

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    Today on International Day of Peace we at ECLF reaffirm our commitment to strengthening the ideals of peace.

    This year’s theme, Shaping Peace Together, recognises the interconnectedness of our ... See more

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    WHY INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE IS IMPORTANT

    * It connects us to each other
    Nations and communities around the world struggle with poverty and disease, education, and healthcare. The International ... See more

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    Each year the International Day of Peace is observed around the world on 21 September. The UN General Assembly has declared this as a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, through ... See more

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    #SilencingTheGuns

    The COVID-19 pandemic has brought to the fire a number of underlying challenges in countries all over the world. Lack of investment in public health systems, income inequalities ... See more

    10 months ago
    Human Security Challenges During COVID Pandemic

    #placing human security first during COVID-19

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