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Our mission is to create world peace by 2035. We are committed to achieving this goal by providing humanitarian aid, ensuring safe placement for refugees and displaced individuals, and promoting peacebuilding initiatives, preventative diplomacy, and demilitarization. Through immediate emergency relief and long-term development programs, we address the underlying causes of poverty and vulnerability, empowering individuals and communities to become self-reliant. We prioritize safe and dignified shelter for refugees, offering education, vocational training, and language classes to enhance integration and self-sufficiency. Our advocacy efforts focus on stricter regulations on weapon access and trade, while our peace education programs promote non-violent conflict resolution and understanding. With collaborative partnerships, research, and evidence-based practices, we strive to eliminate violence, war, and conflict, creating a world where peace exists for everyone.

Our Three-Step Solution

1. Humanitarian Aid

  • We provide immediate emergency relief during crises, offering essential supplies like food, water, shelter, and medical assistance to affected communities.

  • We implement long-term development programs that address the underlying causes of poverty, displacement, and vulnerability, empowering individuals and communities to become self-reliant.

  • We establish partnerships with local communities, governments, and other humanitarian organizations to ensure efficient aid distribution, share expertise, assist with rescue missions, and advocate for effective policies.

  • We give hope in a box. Our Hope Box initiative delivers crucial items like hygiene products, clothing, and food to those in urgent need.


2. A Safe Place for Refugees and Displaced Individuals

  • We prioritize providing safe and dignified shelter for refugees and displaced individuals, establishing temporary shelters, or community centers with necessary facilities and protection measures.

  • We offer access to quality education, vocational training, and language classes to enhance the prospects of self-sufficiency and integration into host communities.

  • We actively foster social cohesion and promote integration by facilitating community engagement, cultural exchanges, and initiatives that encourage mutual understanding and respect.

  • We offer housing, vocational, and language services for Refugees and displaced individuals hoping to establish permanent residence in a safe location.


3. Peacebuilding Initiatives, Preventative Diplomacy, and Demilitarization

  • We develop and implement peace education programs that promote non-violent conflict resolution, tolerance, and understanding.

  • We facilitate dialogue and mediation processes to bring conflicting parties together, encouraging open communication, trust-building, and reconciliation.

  • We advocate for stricter regulations on weapon access and trade, working with governments, international organizations, and civil society to promote arms control and safer regulations and testing on weapon use.

  • We conduct research on conflict dynamics, peacebuilding strategies, and disarmament policies, contributing to evidence-based policies and practices to best eliminate violence, war, and conflict.

Country Flags

Did you know

  • ​Economies in peaceful countries are more prosperous, with peaceful societies experiencing higher GDP growth rates and greater levels of economic development.

  • Peaceful countries tend to have higher levels of social well-being, including better access to healthcare, education, and basic services for their citizens.

  • Countries with higher levels of positive peace, including good governance, strong institutions, and social resilience, are more resilient to internal and external shocks, as highlighted by the Global Peace Index 2021.

  • The economic impact of violence on the global economy was estimated to be $14.96 trillion in 2020, according to the Institute for Economics and Peace.

  • As of 2020, more than 82.4 million people globally have become refugees or displaced as a result of conflict or violations on human rights.

  • Displaced individuals often face challenges accessing basic necessities, such as food, water, healthcare, and education, and may experience social and economic marginalization.

  • Turkey hosted the largest number of refugees in 2020, with over 3.7 million refugees, followed by Colombia and Pakistan.

  • Gun violence claims hundreds of thousands of lives each year and poses a significant threat to public safety and security.

  • Countries that have implemented stricter gun control laws and comprehensive background checks have observed reduced rates of gun-related homicides, suicides, and accidents.

  • There are over 1 billion firearms in circulation globally, with civilians owning the majority, according to the Small Arms Survey.​ 

  • Humanitarian aid plays a crucial role in saving lives, providing essential assistance, and supporting communities affected by crises, disasters, and conflicts.

  • It helps address immediate needs, such as food, water, shelter, and medical care, while also supporting long-term development and rebuilding efforts.

  • Approximately 690 million people suffer from hunger, with conflict being a major driver of food insecurity, according to the World Food Programme.

  • Mediation and Preventative Diplomacy:

  • Mediation and preventative diplomacy contribute to conflict resolution, fostering dialogue, negotiation, and peaceful settlements.

  • These approaches can help prevent conflicts from escalating into violence, save lives, and promote stability, reconciliation, and sustainable peace.

  • Humanitarian development programs and peacebuilding initiatives address the root causes of conflict, promote social cohesion, and empower communities to build a peaceful and resilient society.

  • They facilitate reconciliation, promote inclusivity, strengthen governance, and support sustainable development, contributing to long-term peace and stability.

With Humanitarian Aid, Mediation, and Preventative Diplomacy, as well as Peacebuilding Programs and Initiatives We Will Achieve World Peace by 2035.

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