Raha Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting peace and conflict resolution in Nigeria, has been inducted as a member organization of the International Peace Bureau (IPB).
The IPB is the oldest international peace organization in the world, founded in 1891. It is a Nobel Peace Prize-winning organization that works to promote peace through diplomacy, mediation, and other forms of nonviolent conflict resolution.
Raha Foundation’s induction as an IPB member organization is a significant achievement that recognizes the organization’s work to promote peace and conflict resolution in Nigeria. Raha Foundation has been working in Nigeria since 2020, and has implemented a number of programs to promote peace and reconciliation, including:
- A peace education program that teaches young people about the importance of peace and conflict resolution
- A mediation program that helps to resolve disputes between communities
- A conflict early warning and response system that helps to prevent violence
Raha Foundation’s work has had a significant impact on the lives of people in Nigeria. The organization has helped to reduce violence, promote peace, and build a more just and peaceful society.
“We are honored to be inducted as a member organization of the International Peace Bureau,” said Raha Foundation Executive Director Aminu Abdulkadir. “This recognition is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our staff and partners, who are committed to building a more peaceful Nigeria.”
The IPB’s induction of Raha Foundation is a significant step forward for the organization and for the peacebuilding community in Nigeria. It is a recognition of Raha Foundation’s work and a commitment to working together to promote peace in Nigeria.