Pastoralist Peace Museum (PPM) was established in 2011 by Felix Lekurchalan, a social minister and the author of an interesting published piece titled “pastoralist peace”. PPM has since grown into a Community Based Organization with its head office in Maralal and small offices in Lolmolok and Amaya. PPM’s work is driven by its vision to realize a harmonious pastoralist’s societies where indigenous peace is embraced, in reconciliation for holistic development.
PPM’s mission is “Journeying with the pastoralist communities in the process of reconciliation and appreciating their indigenous peaceful conflict resolution mechanisms and embracing them for lasting communities social transformation“.
PPM’s development is guided by the following core principles; reconcile pastoralist communities first; societal social transformation and holistic development, respect for diversity among cultures, and a peaceful future generations. Promotion of traditional conflict resolution and cross-border harmonization is an integral component of the organization aim of reducing conflicts among the pastoral communities in Northern Kenya.
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Peace is a daily, a weekly, a monthly process, gradually changing opinions, slowly eroding old barriers, quietly building new structures.