Wednesday, 14 September, 2016

A new collaboration has merged between the Non Governmental Organisation (NGO), PUSH, which stands for 'Push Until Something Happens' and the Creators of Peace (CoP) team in South Africa. For three weeks in May, the CoP team facilitated the Creators of Peace Circle for volunteers of PUSH with an expectation that it would help nourish and revive the spirit of service and care in the volunteers and further be reflected in the communities they work in.

Wednesday, 14 September, 2016

The call to CoP was to facilitate a Peace Circle (PC) for 15 men, between the ages of 17 and 44 years from 6th - 8th June. They came from different Coloured (mixed race) communities in and around Soweto. The hope was that the PC could support their recovery and healing journey also equip them with methods and tools to grow spiritually and to walk the talk.

Wednesday, 14 September, 2016

At our Annual General Meeting held at Caux on Sunday 7th August 2016, the following women were elected to share leadership and responsibility for the strategic direction, governance and administration of Creators of Peace.

Thursday, 08 September, 2016

Once more, the Creators of Peace team conducted a heart warming training in the remote village of Baringo County where the woman went home with powerful lessons learned such as 'Attitude is Everything' among the other turning points in their life.

Wednesday, 14 September, 2016

The Creators of Peace team brough together 21 women from Mpejot Village, some took the step of stopping the bleeding of anger from the emotional wound by forgiving and reconciling.

Wednesday, 07 September, 2016

The training began on a high note with the ladies ready and eager to learn more about peace, starting with themselves. Session after session the women got to become freer, more comfortable and at home with the discussion topics.

Wednesday, 24 August, 2016

Barbarchun is a name of a game that was played by men a long time ago. This was the central meeting point for the men from all the communities living in the vicinity to bring news from their specific areas of residence and discuss how to find solutions. They did this as they played the holes and stones game under a tree, hence the name of the area. This no longer happens as all the communities have become rivals. However Barbarchun has now been turned from a centre of dialogue and reconciliation into a refugee camp for warring communities.

Friday, 19 August, 2016

Creators of Peace team in Baringo once again brought together 19 women from the Ilchamu and two from the Endorois communities in a workshop that took place in Kailer Village, Kenya. The three days evolved the woman to be hopeful and were left encouraged dispite backgrounds they come from.

Tuesday, 30 August, 2016

Following the Africa Coordination Group (ACG) sponsored training in Nigeria early in February 2016, the Zimbabwe team continued to work towards attaining some of the core issues relating to governance. Since the Council of Management team had already been put in place prior to the training, the whole group met to get a report back from Roy Ncube who had attended the training session wearing two hats: that of ACG member as well as secretary of Moral Re-Aramament/Initiatives of Change (MRA/IofC)Zimbabwe

Monday, 13 June, 2016

On April, the Creators of Peace (CoP) team set off for Kapchomuso village in Kabarnet, Baringo County for a Peace Circles training that brought together 15 women participants from 5-7 April 2016.