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PEACE-Int - Building a strong independent and critical Network in Africa

Victoria, Cameroon

PEACE-Int - Building a strong independent and critical Network in Africa

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Peer Exchange of African Communities for Empowerment (P.E.A.C.E) a non-governmental organisation, is a network and platform for peer exchange of scientific, academic and societal issues concerning Africans aimed at empowering the African communities.

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Giving back to the Community (GiBaCo) and fighting "Brain Drain" in our African Communities.
Peer Exchange of African Communities for Empowerment (P.E.A.C.E) is a network and platform for peer exchange of scientific, academic and societal issues concerning Africans aimed at empowering the African communities. While focusing on issues concerning the African continent, the main objectives of PEACE are to dissect, analyse and find solutions to problems concerning Africa. It deals with research, empirical data collection, publications and dissemination of information through different media outlets and other channels.

The Association/Organisation has been and would further network with other institutions like Universities, research institutes, cooperatives, NGOs, traditional and cultural institutions, village and community groups from all backgrounds and aspects in the South West region of Cameroon.

PEACE does not only look into issues to resolve problems or find solutions for empowering communities but brings a critical touch in these endeavours. It strives to balance the equation of influence between the powerful minority and the marginalised majority. This means critically dissecting and analysing the social, political and economic issues concerning African communities and creating an arena for understanding the challenges of the 21 century and proposing critical methods of tackling such challenges.