HELP EDUCATE CHILDREN

MAKE THE IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE

If you believe that what unites people is more important than what divides them,

If for you the foreigner is a brother who has been proposed to you…If you believe that peace is possible,Then peace will come

About Us

As far as we are concerned

Children for peace (C4P) is a grassroots, children led movement working across Cameroon to increase the number of children engaged and mobilized in peacebuilding and to valorize their vital role in sustainable development. The organization has been created in 2015 in Cameroon after the first attacks by the terrorist group Boko Haram in North Cameroon.

Our Programs

WE BUILD THE FUTURE – WE EMPOWER CHILDREN

The stepping stones to the future emanate from a proper education. we work toward securing fundamental human rights for all children regardless of tribe, religion, race, color or creed.

WE CAMPAIGN AND ADVOCATE

C4P organizes gatherings with children, community leaders and decision makers to advance children rights and peacebuilding.

WE BUILD CAPACITY AND COACH

We train children and build their capacity to influence discussions on children rights, peace, and security.

WE PROVIDE SOCIAL SUPPORT AND LIFE SKILLS

We are working for the full internalization of UN Convention on the rights of the Child with a particular focus on the right to Life

If you think a smile is stronger than a weapon…..If you believe that peace is possible,Then peace will come

PROVIDING SUPPORT FOR A BETTER LIFE FOR CHILDREN

Our vision

Living conditions are improved in Cameroon and in Africa thanks to the recognition of children rights by all sectors of national, regional and international life, implementation of the United Nations convention for children rights by Government and the active participation of children in peacebuilding consistent with 2030 agenda for sustainable development.

We are committed to

increase the number of children engaged in peacebuilding; increase stakeholders engagement towards Children rights; promote children participation in peace building and sustainable development;

Main tools used

UN Convention on the rights of the Child, UN Security Council Resolution 2250 on Youth, Peace and Security UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women

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Opening Hours
Monday - Saturday

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