PEOPLE TRAUMATIZED NEED PEACE

COMMUNITY BASED ORGANISATION

Welcome to PEOPLE TRAUMATIZED NEED PEACE, the individuals committed to the well-being and advancement of our fellow human being and recognizing the transformative potential of psychosocial support, education, and sustainable livelihoods, we unite under a common purpose: to uplift lives, nurture minds, and ignite pathways to self-reliance. Rooted in compassion and a belief in human potential, we embark on this collective journey to create an organization that fosters healing, empowers minds, and cultivates opportunities. This will encapsulates our shared aspirations, guiding principles, and dedication to building a better world through holistic development and unwavering support.

 

 People traumatized need peace "P.T.N. P" has the status of a Community based Organization (CBO) claims to empower person of concern.

 

 This Peace is built on faith in God who is present in human history, even in its most tragic moments. All our work is inspired by this faith.

 

 

 We, the founders and members of PEOPLE TRAUMATIZED NEED PEACE, Guided by our shared vision of a society where individuals can flourish emotionally, intellectually, and economically, we commit ourselves to the principles and objectives outlined herein. With unwavering dedication, we endeavour to create an organization that serves as a beacon of hope, empowerment, and positive change for individuals and communities in need. This will serve as the foundational framework for our collective efforts in nurturing growth, resilience, and meaningful progress.
 

About Us

People Traumatized Need Peace was founded on December 30, 2018, and confirmed under the New Registration Act 2022, "People Traumatized Need Peace" (PTNP) is a non-profit organization committed to supporting trauma-affected individuals and communities. Our history is a testament to our dedication to hope, empowerment, and healing. We aspire to create a world where emotional, intellectual, and economic well-being flourish universally.

Strengthening our Organization's Impact                                                                         we want to make this organization more competitive for the best interest of the populations benefiting from its interventions, began to reflect on the possible solutions, but also begin to act to save what can still be saved. Given this evolution and the technical and organizational aspects of People traumatized who need peace an imminent need arose. On the basis of this provision, after consultation, it was essential to consider the amendment of certain legal documents of this Organization in order to reach our goals. 

PEOPLE TRAUMATIZED NEED PEACE

THE GLOBAL PRIORITY of People Traumatized Need Peace is to promote worldwide awareness and action towards addressing trauma-related issues, fostering resilience, and advancing peace and well-being for all."

CORE VALUE

Core value is empathy and Compassion for all. 
We deeply value empathy and compassion as fundamental principles in our work. We recognize that every individual's journey is unique, and we commit to approaching each person's experiences with understanding and empathy. By cultivating a culture of compassion, we create an environment where survivors of trauma feel safe, heard, and respected. Our unwavering belief in the power of empathy not only facilitates healing and psychosocial support but also lays the foundation for building peaceful connections and fostering a sense of shared humanity.

 

MANAGING AREAS

we manage to identify several people having moral issues due to intercommunity conflicts, corruption, rape, school dropout, persons with disabilities.

 

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

"At People Traumatized Need Peace (PTNP), community involvement is integral to our work, focusing on psychosocial support, livelihood, and education. This inclusive approach tailors our programs to meet local needs, maximizing their impact. In psychosocial support: community involved through group therapy sessions, community support networks, and collaborative efforts to create a nurturing environment for emotional healing. In livelihood initiatives, we empower local residents with training and resources. In education, we ensure equitable access, partnering with schools and educators. Our aim is resilient, self-empowered communities shaping their futures."

 

Our Team

JEAN MERCI KAZAROHO
CHIEF EXECUTIF OFFICER

More about me:
It is with great enthusiasm and a deep sense of purpose that I step forward as both a visionary CEO and an accomplished Trauma Healing Psychotherapist specializing in EMDR and Neurofeedback and NeurOptimal With a genuine passion for making a positive impact in the lives of those who have experienced profound hardship, I am eager to extend my expertise to collaborate with diverse partners and address the needs of refugees in a holistic manners
As a CEO, I bring to the table a dynamic blend of leadership skills, strategic thinking, and a track record of succ.essful ventures. My experience in steering organizations towards growth and innovation has equipped me with the ability to create and implement effective strategies that yield results. I firmly believe that a synergistic approach, where the strengths of different partners are combined, can lead to comprehensive solutions for the multifaceted challenges faced by refugees.
In my role as an EMDR and Neurofeedback/NeurOptimal therapy,I have had the privilege of witnessing the transformative power of these therapeutic modalities in healing trauma some years back in my home country and this motivated me to implement the same within the refugee set-up Through careful and compassionate guidance, also volunteering as an Ambassador Global Goodwill Ambassadors Foundation and MBIM to empower children and safeguarding also as a Children's Rights Defender under NOHE both international,

CHANCELINE MENGO
CO FOUNDER and Chairlady

I'm a co-founder and chairlady of "People Traumatized Need Peace," a community-based organization dedicated to humanitarian work. Our mission is to support and uplift those who have experienced trauma, offering solace, resources, and a sense of belonging. With a passionate team of volunteers, we strive to heal and empower our community. Together, we believe in the transformative power of compassion and solidarity, working tirelessly to create a more peaceful and resilient world for all.

Assani Ndaka
GENERAL SECRETARY & LIVELIHOOD OFFICER

I'm a co-founder and general secretary of "People Traumatized Need Peace," a community-based humanitarian organization. My role involves overseeing operations, coordinating volunteers, and ensuring our mission to support trauma survivors is realized. I'm dedicated to creating a compassionate and healing environment for our community, providing resources, counseling, and a strong support network. Together, we strive to uplift those in need and foster resilience. Join us in our commitment to making a lasting impact on the lives of those affected by trauma.

 

 

SHUKURU BYAMUNGU Divine
CO FOUNDER and Vice Treasure

I'm a co-founder and Vice Treasurer at "People Traumatized Need Peace," a community-based humanitarian organization. My role is to ensure the effective allocation and management of resources, emphasizing the importance of financial stability. By prudently saving and managing funds, we can sustain our mission to support trauma survivors. Together, we're dedicated to providing essential services and creating a brighter future for those in need. Join us in our commitment to making every dollar count in our journey toward healing and peace.

IRAGI BAFUNYEMBAKA Dorcas
Finance Officer

As a finance officer working with traumatized communities striving for peace, my role is to establish financial stability and transparency. I manage budgets, allocate resources efficiently, and ensure funds are used for critical initiatives like reconciliation programs and mental health support. By maintaining financial integrity, I contribute to rebuilding trust and providing the financial foundation necessary for peace and recovery efforts to thrive within these affected populations.

BAKENGE DEBAT Amos
LOGISTICS OFFICER

In my role as a logistic officer amidst traumatized populations seeking peace, I play a vital role in orchestrating the smooth flow of essential resources and aid to these communities. My responsibilities include coordinating transportation, supply distribution, and inventory management. By ensuring timely access to necessities, I contribute to restoring a sense of security and hope, ultimately fostering an environment conducive to healing and peace-building efforts.

DIEUMERCI TULINABO
DPT SECRETARY & EDUCATION OFFICER
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ISPIRED WORDS

One inspiring Bible verse that speaks about peace of mind is Philippians 4:7 (NIV): "And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds."

This verse signifies a profound sense of inner tranquillity and assurance that surpasses human comprehension. It encapsulates the essence of your organization's inspiration – the pursuit of peace in the minds and hearts of those who have been through trauma. Just as the peace of God offers comfort and protection, your organization aims to provide solace and healing to those who have experienced turmoil, drawing inspiration from the timeless wisdom of this verse.

 

HOW IS WAS

 

More about me:
It is with great enthusiasm and a deep sense of purpose that I step forward as both a visionary CEO and an accomplished Trauma Healing Psychotherapist specializing in EMDR and Neurofeedback and NeurOptimal With a genuine passion for making a positive impact in the lives of those who have experienced profound hardship, I am eager to extend my expertise to collaborate with diverse partners and address the needs of refugees in a holistic manners
As a CEO, I bring to the table a dynamic blend of leadership skills, strategic thinking, and a track record of successful ventures. My experience in steering organizations towards growth and innovation has equipped me with the ability to create and implement effective strategies that yield results. I firmly believe that a synergistic approach, where the strengths of different partners are combined, can lead to comprehensive solutions for the multifaceted challenges faced by refugees.
In my role as an EMDR and Neurofeedback/NeurOptimal therapy,I have had the privilege of witnessing the transformative power of these therapeutic modalities in healing trauma some years back in my home country and this motivated me to implement the same within the refugee set-up Through careful and compassionate guidance, also volunteering as an Ambassador Global Goodwill Ambassadors Foundation and MBIM to empower children and safeguarding also as a Children's Rights Defender under NOHE both international,

— Jean Merci.