Our mission is to promote a global shift from solely reacting to

 Society, decision makers, academia and media - to find peaceful solutions to conflict.

 

 Our members reflect the diversity of civil society, including activists, grassroots organizations,

 Regional networks, academics, and think tanks. GPPAC brings together the experience of all these organisations making a more united civil society, while supporting local ownership.

 

Uganda is part of the GPPAC Eastern and Central Africa (ECA) regional network), CECORE is the Regional Secretariat since 2017-Mr.  Patrick Bwire was appointed as (Regional Liaison Officer- Eastern and Central Africa)

 

GPPAC -Eastern and Central Africa Regional Network

CECORE is the regional secretariat for the GPPAC-Eastern and Central Africa regional network. The Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC) is a global member-led network of civil society organizations (CSOs) who actively work on conflict prevention and peace building. GPPAC consists of fifteen regional networks of local organizations across the world with their own priorities, character and agenda. These regional networks are represented in an International Steering Group, which jointly determines GPPAC’s global priorities and actions for its conflict prevention and peace building work. GPPAC’s mission is to promote a global shift in peace building from solely reacting to conflict to preventing conflicts from turning violent. GPPAC does this through multi-actor collaboration and local ownership of strategies for peace and security. GPPAC aims to achieve greater national, regional and global synergy in the field of conflict prevention and peace building, and to strengthen the role of local members in the regions affected by conflict.

Download
Brief about GPPAC
The Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC) is a member-led network of civil society organisations working on conflict prevention and peace building around the world. Our mission is to promote a global shift from solely reacting to
society, decision makers, academia and media - to find peaceful solutions to conflict.
brief about GPPAC.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 449.9 KB
Download
GPPAC Membership Application Form
Who can become a member? - English Version
The membership of the GPPAC network is comprised of recognised Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), with a national, regional or global scope, involved in conflict prevention and peacebuilding activities. International CSOs, NGOs or networks can also become members of GPPAC.
GPPAC membership application form.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 200.7 KB
Download
GPPAC Membership Application Form
Who can become a member?
French Version
REPONGAC is a network of national CSO platforms in Central Africa aiming to promote good governance and economic and social development, and to raise civil society's influence over policy in a free democratic space. Established in 2008, REPONGAC assembles 10 national NGO umbrella platforms: Angola: Forum Organizaçöes Näs Governamentais Angolanas (FONGA); Burundi: Action Développement et Intégration Régionale (ADIR); Cameroon: Collectif des ONG Agréés du Cameroun (CONGAC); Central African Republic: Conseil Inter ONG en Centrafrique (CIONGCA); Chad : Centre d’Information et de Liaison des ONG (CILONG); DRC: Conseil National des ONG de Développement (CNONGD); Gabon: Réseau ders organisations et des projets associatifs du Gabon (ROPAGA); Republic of Congo: Conseil de Concertation des ONG de développement (CCOD); Rwanda: Conseil de Concertation des Organisations d’Appui aux initiatives de Base (Rwanda); and Sao Tome & Principes: Forum
GPPAC membership application form.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 226.4 KB
Download
GPPAC-Eastern and Central Africa Regional Network
CECORE is the regional secretariat for the GPPAC-Eastern and Central Africa regional network. The Global Partnership for Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC) is a global member-led network of civil society organizations (CSOs) who actively work on conflict prevention and peace building. GPPAC consists of fifteen regional networks of local organizations across the world with their own priorities, character and agenda.
GPPAC - Eastern and Central Africa regional network consists of members from Uganda, Kenya,
Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, Sudan, South Sudan, Somalia, Somaliland and Eritrea in Eastern
Africa; and Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Congo Brazzaville, Central African Republic
(CAR), Cameroon and Gabon in Central Africa. At national level, each country is coordinated by
a National Focal Point.
GPPAC-Eastern and Central Africa Region_
Adobe Acrobat Document 1.3 MB