DARFUR Peace and Development

Linked with Aisha Abubakr Subaira Adam – Sudan, and with Crossing Conflict Lines to Promote Good Governance.

  • Welcome: Darfur Peace & Development is a non-profit, non-sectarian organization with headquarters in Washington, DC and offices in Khartoum and El Fasher Sudan.
  • DPDO provides humanitarian and development assistance to the victims of conflict in Darfur, Sudan without regard to ethnicity, gender, age or religious beliefs.
  • DPDO works to foster reconciliation, to facilitate just governance and to enable Darfurians to rebuild their homeland in effective, sustainable ways.
  • DPDO also promotes awareness of the crisis in the United States and advocates for a peaceful resolution of the conflict. (Homepage).

Where we operate;
Programs (Darfur Schools, Women’s Center, Solar Cooker Program, Community Dialogue, Advocacy, Documentation, Rehabilitation);
Media: Photos, Videos, Audio;
About Darfur; About Sudan;
Reports from (African Union, DPDO selected reports, US-congress, USaid, United Nations, Human Rights Watch);
Address Headquarters: DARFUR Peace and Development, 666 11th St. NW, Suite 315, Washington DC, 20001, USA (Mail: P.O. Box 90, Washington DC, 20044, USA);

About /Our mission: Darfur Peace & Development Organization (DPDO) was founded in 2002 by a group of Darfurians in the United States. DPDO is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit, non-governmental organization dedicated to a peaceful Darfur that is justly governed and developed in a sustainable manner.

The mission of DPDO is to provide humanitarian relief to victims of the genocide in Darfur, to facilitate just governance, and to enable Darfurians to effectively rebuild and develop their homeland.
DPDO implements its programs with the following core values:

  • Inclusiveness, diversity, and human dignity
  • Exchange of ideas and strategies in a mutually respectful context
  • Continuous personal, social, and cultural growth
  • Concern for the rule of law and unrestricted access to justice
  • Development and distribution of knowledge relevant to Sudanese and those who assist them
  • Outreach and advocacy on issues of concern to Sudanese.

(for more: click on about and on its particular links).

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