RRW-WPHF-Enhancing Women’s Participation in Peace Processes

Our work focuses on communities, women, children/youth, media, educationists, community leaders, parliamentarians, government departments, former and current armed groups, international agencies, mediators and policy-makers, among others.

CECORE is governed by a Board of Directors assisted by technical sub-committees of professional researchers, trainers and people conversant with the law.


Center for Conflict Resolution (CECORE) in partnership with the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC) with financial support from Women’s Peace and Humanitarian Fund Rapid Response Window (WPHF-RRW), are implementing a  project  on “Enhancing Women’s Participation in Peace Processes in Yumbe District”  which intends to empower local women from the most affected communities and increase their ability to participate in conflict resolution efforts within their context.


The RRW  Project Coordinator, handing over the Ground nuts grinding machine -To economically  empower women in Lodonga Sub county Yumbe district