MI-RPD took the decision to expand the area of intervention in order to operate in the 15 countries of the Great Lakes region, the Horn of Africa and the neighboring countries namely Burundi, Rwanda, Uganda, kenya, Tanzania, DRC, S-Soudan, Soudan Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia, Somalirand Seychelles, CENTRAL AFRICA.This was after noting that the efforts of organizations […]

Target Groups

Our Target group Grass root Communities Executives of the defense and security corps Women The Youth Disabled Prisoners Refugees, Repatriated and Displaced Locally elected Community leaders Civil society organizations Professionals Students SALW victims and survivors Demobilized and ex-combatants Policy makers


Human resources The organization’s human resources consists of its active members as well as the volunteer and salaried staff, whether they are members or engaged for specific tasks. Financial resources The financial resources of MI-RPD come from: Foundation capital; Membership fees Annual contribution fees of members; Grants or support from national, regional and international institutions […]


After four years of suspension due to insecurity in the country where its headquarters were located, MI-RPD will renew its relationships with its former partners. He will also build relationships with new partners that will add to those we had before. This will allow actors working in the field of peace building and security to […]