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People Traumatized Need Peace" (PTNP) is a visionary Community-Based Organization (CBO) founded on faith in the transformative power of compassion and belief in human potential. Established on December 30, 2018, PTNP is dedicated to uplifting lives and fostering holistic development. Rooted in the principles of psychosocial support, education, and sustainable livelihoods, PTNP strives to facilitate recovery, resilience, and well-being for individuals who have endured trauma guided by a shared vision of a society where emotional, intellectual, and economic flourishing are possible for every individual, PTNP endeavours to be a beacon of hope and empowerment. VISION Empower individuals to thrive in their own lives and support the physical, emotion, social and spiritual well-being of their families and communities. MISSION To empower individuals who have experienced trauma to embark on a journey of healing, resilience, and renewed well-being and peace within the communities. ACTIVITIES  PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT we offer PFA (Psychological First Aid) by Organizing awareness campaigns on several subjects that affect daily life of People to reduce some emotional issues, ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages, We also do a workshop on Trauma Healing for better Healing and rebuilding our communities to help people cop up their psychological effects. In addition, we do Neurofeedback (NeurOptimal) and EMDR (Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) and Child Safeguarding, Human Rights and Drama Therapy  LIVELIHOOD Reduce poverty and inequality by generating employment among poor households and by moving highly vulnerable households into sustainable livelihoods and toward economic stability. Poultry keeping, Farming, Tailoring and Product  EDUCATION Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all Conducting formal and informal education for children *childhood education* and elders*English, French and Swahili languages* for everyone in need.