Who We Are
Founded in 2021 as a nonprofit independent organization, by Moses Simbeye, The Conciliation Center (TCC) is committed to provide support to communities to enhance knowledge and understanding of conflict, restorative justice & practice, trauma dialogue and reconciliation etc. and strengthening practical skills for constructing a just and sustainable peace. TCC programs are tailored to increase knowledge and accelerate skill-building among individuals, families, groups, and communities. Knowledge and skills are crucial elements in resolving existing as well as emerging range of conflicts.
At TCC, we believe conflict is an inevitable and pervasive aspect of our everyday lives. As such, wherever and whenever there is a conflict, we see conflict as an opportunity creating avenues to better understand ourselves and others deeply, and a time for strengthening personal relationships. For the most part, conflict signals the need for change.
The Conciliation Center also forwards its mission towards offering youth centered knowledge and capacity development programs made up of Youth ending violence & Building health relationships; Social-emotional support program, and Youth Listening Space & Talking Circles.
With our programs and services, we are able to impact individuals, families, communities, and organizations practices, knowledge, and attitudes in the way they look at and respond to conflict, harm, and violence.
Vision Mission & Core Values
We envision communities in which the worth and dignity of all people is fully realized, and people live in the right relationship and at peace with oneself and with others.
Our mission is to educate and support people to bring about more peaceful communities that value, support and promote creative constructive approaches to solving problems amicably and effectively.
Meet Our Team!
Here is the team that is driving the vision
Moses E. Simbeye
Director of Development
Gender Program Manager