How We Work

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Local Partnerships that Equip and Empower

Peace Workshops & Education

OneTribe is all about relationships. We partner with leaders at multiple levels in war-impacted communities. We hold workshops where friendships are built, peace principles from the OneTribe program are discussed, and methods of implementation are explored. OneTribe is also available as curriculum for the classroom. We meet with and train local educators who then teach the OneTribe material to their students.

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Radio Peace Program

Exploring Peace Through Radio Dramas

The OneTribe peace program, a series of 52 radio drama episodes available in 5 languages and reaching nearly 17 million people, explores the meaning and many aspects of a God-centered peace. The program addresses topics such as forgiveness, reconciliation, the destructiveness of tribalism, diversity, trauma, and more.

Listen To Radio Episodes

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Rejoice

Dignity and Opportunity through Washable Sanitary Pads

OneTribe comes alongside local people in practical ways through projects like Rejoice, our training initiative that empowers women and girls to sew washable sanitary pads and make liquid soap. Access to education and sustainable opportunities helps transform female life – and as girls and women learn new skills and female health information from local trainers, they rise to become leaders in their schools and
communities.

Pivotal in our process is providing sustainable ways for girls and women to address monthly menstrual cycles that often mean they cannot attend school or pursue viable work. Washable sanitary pads are game changers in this equation and equipping women and girls to sew their own pads and make liquid soap imparts dignity. It also offers life-changing skills that are being creatively adapted for use in many other
ways.