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ALLAMIN FOUNDATION FOR PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT

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WHO WE ARE

Allamin Foundation is a non-profit, non-political, non-religious and non-governmental peace building organization.
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WHAT WE DO

We forge a peaceful relationship among various cultures, ethnic and religious inclinations
We create viable platforms for developing skills for conflict resolution, mitigation and management and general peace building.
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HOW WE DO IT

Our methodology is grounded in a human rights-based, survivor/community-led, survivor/child-centred, do no harm, and inclusive approach. This signifies our commitment to collaborating with and supporting affected communities and survivors of conflict. By fostering an environment where they can shape their own strategies, make decisions, and assume leadership roles, we empower them to amplify their voices and take meaningful actions in their own recovery and development. Read More

LATEST NEWS FROM ALLAMIN FOUNDATION
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Conflict History Nigeria is in many ways a divided country, beginning with the primarily Christian south and the largely Muslim
The Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice’s (IPJ) Women PeaceMakers program annually hosts four women from around the
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