Seeds of Peace CCECED Program
SEEDS OF PEACE CHILD CARE, EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER
Seeds Of Peace Child Care, Early Childhood Education and Development Program (CCECED) is a nonprofit organization that offers a Whole Life, All day Learning and Education Program for children aged 1-5 years. We place the child at the center of our operations and work in close partnership with the family and the community. Our program observes national and international declarations on the Rights of the child.
KSDP Calendar of Activities 2013
As a result of the Baseline Survey that was carried out on organizations in the network as from December 2012 to April 2013, a calendar of activities was designed. This was done according to the feedback from the organizations on what issue(s) needs to be addressed first.
Cross-Border Peace Festival 16th - 20th December 2012
''Celebrating peace Development in Poverty and Conflict"
TYSA awarded a vehicle
Trans Nzoia youth Sports Association (TYSA) is one of the Kenya Netherlands Sports for development partners (KNSDP) based in Sibanga Kitale county. the organization was founded and registered as a CBO in 2001. TYSA was awarded a vehicle courtesy of MIVA/One Men in collaboration with SOPA International.
Compassion Prize of the Dutch Charter on Compassion
Ambrose Ongwen, the founder of Seeds of Peace Africa, has won the coveted Compassion Prize of the Dutch Charter on Compassion at an even held on Thursday, April 5th 2012 at an event held in Amsterdam, Netherlands. This recognition of our work will go a long way in creating strong partnerships that will help us further our mandate.
More information about the event is available here.
Its all in the game
A day to reflect and act on sport and conflict
Venue: February 15, 2012 Amsterdam
SOPA Nominated for the Peace and Sport Awards 2011
Under the Special Jury Prize, in recognition of our Peace Beyond Borders documentary.
Peace Beyond Borders is a documentary covering a sports tournament and peace conference in the borderlands of Kenya, Sudan and Uganda.
Nomadic warriors in this region have been living at odds with each other for years. Cattle raiding and the search for water and grazing land frequently lead to violence ending in loss of human life. In this context sports offers a physical release and brings young warriors together to discuss their conflicts and to find possible solutions.