Click to stay on this image and caption. AP Peace Fellow Mariel Sanchez is helping The Peruvian Forensic Anthropology Team (EPAF) to promote its unique approach to exhumations and memory creation through a field school in Ayacucho, scene of Peru's dirty war against terrorism. Over 15,000 Peruvians are still missing.
Click to stay on this image and caption. Using funds from our Nepal appeal, Peace Fellow Joty Sohi is helping Care Women Nepal to organize a health camp and screen 300 village women against uterine prolapse - a medical condition that can be brought on by abuse and overwork.
Click to stay on this image and caption. Peace Fellow Refilwe Moahi is working in Mali on a project that will provide training and therapy to 150 survivors of armed sexual violence. The project is managed in Mali by Sini Sanuman, an AP partner, and funded by the German Foreign Ministry through Zivik in Berlin.
June 22, 2015
Lima, Peru: Acting on information from the Peruvian Forensic Anthropology Team (EPAF), an AP partner, the UN Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances had called on the government of Peru to clarify the fate of over 15,000 Peruvians who disappeared during Peru’s dirty war against terrorism. Read more…..
June 17, 2015
Washington DC: Anna McGuire, 12, is collecting spare change to support AP’s appeal for Nepal and take Nepali children out of the brick kilns. Anna began her campaign with 3,900 pennies. Read more…..
June 9, 2015
Washington DC: AP is deploying ten Peace Fellows to community-based partners this summer. Five Fellows will tackle the legacy of war in Bosnia, Peru, Mali, Nepal and Vietnam. The rest will work for women and children in Nepal, Morocco, Palestine and Uganda. Read more…..
June 1, 2015
Washington DC: AP has launched a new appeal for three Nepali partners on Global Giving. The money will enable Care Women Nepal to organize a health camp for rural women. CONCERN will rescue children from brick kilns. NEFAD will support families of the disappeared. Read more…..
April 29, 2015
Washington DC: AP is seeking funds to help three civil society partners respond to the devastating earthquake. AP has sent 35 Peace Fellows to Nepal since 2003 and built strong partnerships. Read more…..
March 31, 2015
Gujarat, India: Artists from the transgender and gay community in India are appealing for an end to discrimination through a spectacular quilt called Henna Pride. The quilt went on display recently for the first time at the New England Quilt Museum in Lowell, Massachusetts. Read more…..
December 2, 2014
Bakeche village, DRC: Badanwa Atako, a Congolese village chief, has inspired victims of sexual violence to denounce their attackers after attending training from AP’s partner SOS Femmes en Danger. Read more…..
November 19, 2014
Gulu, Uganda: Patrick Ojok from the Gulu Disabled Persons Union (GDPU), is leading a campaign to install accessible toilets in Ugandan primary schools and stop bullying against students with disability. Read more…..
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