About Friends Peace House

We are a faith based, non-governmental organization (NGO), founded by Quakers. We work without discrimination against anyone in regard to their race, religion, or gender.

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Our Programs

Mwana Nshuti Vocational School, Conservation Agriculture & Community Savings and Loans, Peace Trainings, Alternatives to Violence in Prisons, Peace Radio, Refugee Re-integration, Refugee Counseling and Mediation

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Contact Us

Office Hours: Weekdays, 8am – 3pm
Location: Across from African New Life Dream Center, down the road from Kagarama Secondary School, on the left hand side.

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Friends Peace House was founded as a witness to peace, reconciliation and conflict resolution in Rwanda in December 2000, following the 1994 genocide and war, by the Evangelical Friends Church of Rwanda—a member of the Quaker branch of historically pacifist churches. Our mission is to promote peace, unity and reconciliation among the people of Rwanda and to holistically contribute to their development. The vision of our organization is to see Rwandese people living together in good relationship with one another in healthy, well-developed communities. Our core values include: Peace (Shalom), Integrity, Forgiveness, Reconciliation, Unity, Transparency, Openness and Discernment.