Sarah Ibrahim and the Girl Ambassadors for Peace are now on Facebook!

Sarah Ibrahim and the Girl Ambassadors for Peace are now on Facebook!

Sarah Ibrahim and the Girl Ambassadors for Peace are now on Facebook!

“My name is Sarah Ibrahim, a 19-year old member of the Girl Ambassadors for Peace (GA4P) in North Kivu, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). DRC is beautiful and rich, but war has devastated our country and makes life difficult for everyone and especially women and girls. I am a rape survivor and I know there are many other women and girls who have had this painful experience. But that is not who I am and who we are. As a GA4P member, I work with other young women in North Kivu to raise literacy, promote young women’s leadership and peacebuilding in our local communities. I have also learned about Resolutions 1325 and 1820.  I am now teaching other girls and young women about them. I am also learning to use radio and social media to speak against violent extremism. I and all of my friends at GA4P want peace! The Global Network of Women Peacebuilders (GNWP), and the Synergie des femmes pour les victimes des violences sexuelles (SFVS) are our partners in this work.

I am happy to announce that the GA4P is on  Facebook:

where we share with you our exciting work in North and South Kivu as well as those of our sisters the GA4P in Eastern Equatoria, South Sudan. Please visit us and like us on FB and more importantly, send us questions and comments about our work. 

For other questions on the GA4P,please contact: [email protected]

GNWP launches a new website platform!

The Global Network of Women Peacebuilders is proud to present its new website. The new website provides a platform for users to easily access and stay connected to GNWP’s latest work. Users will now be able to look through photos and reports from Localization, Costing and Financing National Action Plans (NAPs), the Global Acceleration Instrument (GAI) for WPS and Humanitarian Action  and NAP workshops. In addition, the website boasts a collection of videos of its workshops and interviews with local populations and thought leaders on gender equality and peace and security. The Localization of UNSCR 1325 and 1820 and Girl Ambassadors for Peace pages have been updated to reflect GNWP’s latest work. Users can browse through profiles of the Girl Ambassadors. Overall, GNWP’s new website aims to help its members, partners and the general public stay informed about the organization’s work.


Last update: August 11, 2016