Click on the tabs below to view local, international and international non-governmental peacebuilding organisations working in Burundi.
Organisation overview: The African Union is Africa's continental-wide intergovernmental organisation, working to promote political, social and economic progress.
Work in Burundi: Burundi is one of the AU's member states.
Organisation overview: IOM is dedicated to promoting humane and orderly migration for the benefit of all, including to migrants in need - refugees, IDPs and other victims of conflict.
Work in Burundi: The IOM works to help alleviate the situation of the many refugees, IDPs and asylum-seekers in Burundi.
Organisation overview: UN Women implements programmes tailored to individual countries throughout Africa. Its strategies support women's participation in decision-making, leadership development and skills training.
Work in Burundi: UN Women's country office in Burundi is in Bujumbura.
Organisation overview: UNDP is the UN's key development organisation, seeking to improve lives based on its eight Millennium Development Goals.
Work in Burundi: The UNDP has a comprehensive range of development and peacebuilding activities in Burundi.
Organisation overview: UNHCR is the UN agency mandated to lead and coordinate action to protect refugees and resolve their problems worldwide.
Work in Burundi: The UNHCR works supports Burundi in dealing with the 150,000 refugees, asylum-seekers and IDPs seeking shelter there.
Organisation overview: The Peacebuilding Commission is an advisory body that supports peace efforts in countries emerging from conflict. It brings together international donors, financial institutions, national governments and troop contributing countries.
Work in Burundi: The UN Peacebuilding Commission has undertaken a wide range of activities to help end the conflict in Burundi.
Organisation overview: ACORD defends rights and promotes justice. Its peacebuilding work concentrates on helping communities mitigate and prevent conflict at grassroots level.
Work in Burundi: ACORD supports the truth and reconciliation commission in Burundi as well as other peacebuilding initiatives.
Organisation overview: AOAV carries out field work, research and advocacy to reduce harm from armed violence. It focuses principally on removing the threat from weapons, assisting victims and supporting communities.
Work in Burundi: AOAV has been developing programmes in Burundi since 2011. It works to enhance national capacities to monitor incidents of armed violence, and to respond to the needs of victims and survivors, through supporting inclusive data collection, monitoring and analysis with government and civil society partners, and through integrated psychosocial and socioeconomic support to victims of armed violence.
Organisation overview: CAAT works to end the international arms trade, promoting progressive demilitarisation and ending government financial and political support for arms export.
Work in Burundi: CAAT provides data on UK and EU arms exports to Burundi.
Organisation overview: GNWP is a coalition of women’s groups and other civil society organizations. It is involved in advocacy and action for the full and effective implementation of Security Council resolutions on women and peace and security.
Work in Burundi: The GNWP has three partner organisations in Burundi: The Burundi Leadership Training Program, Fountaine-ISOKO for Good Governance and the Integrated Development, and the Women And Allies Peacebuilders Network.
Organisation overview: GPPAC is a member-led network of civil society organisations active in the field of conflict prevention and peacebuilding across the world.
Work in Burundi: GPPAC's partner organisation in Burundi is Biraturaba.
Organisation overview: Impunity Watch promotes accountability for past atrocities in countries emerging from a violent past.
Work in Burundi: Impunity Watch conducts in-depth research on political violence and conflict in Burundi.
Organisation overview: IANSA is the global movement against gun violence, linking civil society organisations working to stop the proliferation and misuse of small arms and light weapons.
Work in Burundi: IANSA has 11 partner organisations helping to combat gun violence in Burundi.
Organisation overview: International Alert works with local people to build peace by them with training, advice and support. It brings communities together as well as advising companies, governments and international organisations on how they can support peace.
Work in Burundi: International Alert has provided support to civil society in Burundi since the 1990s. It works to promote inclusive participation in peacebuilding, conflict resolution, political monitoring and economic reform.
Organisation overview: The International Campaign to Ban Landmines is a global network of non-governmental organizations, active in around 100 countries, that works for a world free of antipersonnel landmines, where landmine survivors can lead fulfilling lives.
Work in Burundi: Burundi finished destroying its stockpile of antipersonnel mines in 2008.
Organisation overview: ICTJ works to help societies in transition deal with the legacy of mass atrocities, and build civic trust in state institutions as protectors of human rights.
Work in Burundi: ICTJ has advised on the development of consultative, participatory, and victim-centred transitional justice strategies in Burundi since 2006.
Organisation overview: The International Crisis Group conducts independent research and analyis on conflicts around the world.
Work in Burundi: The ICG has a wide range of reports and analysis covering the conflict in Burundi.
Organisation overview: The International Peace Bureau is dedicated to the vision of a world without war. Its current main programme centres on disarmament for sustainable development.
Work in Burundi: The IPB has two partner organisations in Burundi: Terres des Jeunes du Burundi and the Association des Jeunes Contre la Criminalité et la Violence.
Organisation overview: The IRC responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives.
Work in Burundi: The IRC is helping to encourage post-conflict stability in Burundi by protecting and reuniting families as hundreds of thousands of displaced people return home.
Organisation overview: Interpeace is an independent, international peacebuilding organisation and a strategic partner of the United Nations.
Work in Burundi: Interpeace's local partner in Burundi is the Centre d’Alerte et de Prévention des Conflicts.
Organisation overview: The Karuna Center innovates approaches for transforming conflict across divides by supporting people in all sectors of society to discover their shared capacity for building peace.
Work in Burundi: The Karuna Center's Men and Women as Partners in Peacebuilding project work s to address the interconnected cycles of community and gender-based violence that affect Burundi.
Organisation overview: Pax Christi works on a variety of issues in human rights, human security, disarmament, de-militarisation, just world order, religion and violent conflict.
Work in Burundi: Pax Christi's partner organisation in Burundi is Centre Jeunes Kamenge.
Organisation overview: PRIO conducts academic research and analysis on peace and conflict worldwide.
Work in Burundi: PRIO has conducted a range of research and projects on Burundi.
Organisation overview: SFCG partners with people around the world to resolve conflict. It works to build sustainable peace through three main avenues: dialogue, media, and community.
Work in Burundi: SCFG has four approaches to its work in Burundi, based on youth, gender, the region and transitional justice.
Organisation overview: swisspeace is a practice-oriented peace research institute. It conducts research on the causes of violent conflicts and develop strategies for their peaceful transformation.
Work in Burundi: swisspeace's work in Burundi focuses on developing a comprehensive but sustainable approach to dealing with the past in Burundi.