WHAT IS PAC FOR PEACE ABOUT?
We are a Non Profit making Volunteering Community based organisation in the Republic Ghana on the Buduburam Settlement with representation in Liberia.
The Pan African Center for Peace is the only organisation on the Settlement geared towards addressing and promoting Sustainable Peaceful, Repatriation, Reintegration and other Developmental initiatives through Capacity Building, Networking, Volunteering and Community Development..
We are the only organisation accepting and adjusting categories of Volunteers including Holiday Workers, Interns, Researchers, Study Abroad, Virtual Volunteering for short and Long Term.
As Women Empowerment and Child Protection is at the heart of our Mission, we have initiated a Loan Scheme Project in Pastry and Cake Decoration for Teenage girls.We promote Children and Women rights through Short term trainings and other empowerment initiatives.
Presently, we are in the process of establishing discussion Peace Forums in Three(3) Communities on the Buduburam Settlement inorder to discuss Peacebuilding and Repatriation among other topics. We are also planning to establish full Representations in Liberia including Monrovia - Gbarnga and Voinjama for 2008.
The Pan African College staff include full time and Part-time Volunteers and accept International Volunteers to support and improve our Programs.SPEAK TO INCOMING VOLUNTEERS
SPEAK TO CURRENT VOLUNTEERS
Lucinda Woodward Ph.D is a professor of Psychology at the Ball State University and currently facilitate the Trauma Counseling classes here on the settlement. She also provide basic therapeutic Counseling on the Camp. Visit http://www.bsu.edu
SPEAK TO PAST VOLUNTEERS
Samantha Feinstein was a student from the Huron University and facilitated classes and trainings here in the area of in the United KigdomPeace and Conflict Resolution. http://www.huron.ac.uk
Jessica Burkebkyle was from Hawaii University and also taught Peace and Conflict Resolution classes on the settlement for us and other organisations on the Settlement.Visit http://www.hawaii.edu
Ruth Barnes, James and others was from the Standford Law school in the USA and were here as group of visiting students to help in variety of ways. They conducted workshop and trainings for CBOs and groups on the settlement in the area of Gender Equality and Conflict Resolution.Visit http://www.law.stanford.edu
Semuteh Freeman was from Yale University and taught Peacebuilding classes for us and as well facilitated meeting with adult women on Peace as well. Visit http://www.yale.edu
Siebe Anbeek was from the Holland and faciliated workshops here for us in the area of Ethnicity and Conflict.