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Emmy irobi left a comment for IRENE WINNIE ANYING
"Hi Irene sorry for a belated reply. thanks for your nice words and please keep in touch. Hope you fine and let me know areas we can work together. Remain blessed. Emmy"
Oct 12, 2009
Emmy irobi is now friends with Pastor Samuel Muderhwa and IRENE WINNIE ANYING
Oct 12, 2009
Shulamith Koenig and Emmy irobi are now friends
Oct 3, 2009
IRENE WINNIE ANYING left a comment for Emmy irobi
"hi Emmy you are doing great work, i also do a lot of ADR although within the community at community level. to me its a good method of dispute resolution. irene ireneanying@yahoo.com"
Jul 7, 2009
Pastor Samuel Muderhwa left a comment for Emmy irobi
"Dear Angela we need your service in D.R.Congo for furthermore I will delight to cooperate with you. and if you may visit and help us can be more benefit to us, we have more event which we need your support for it God bless you Pastor…"
Feb 2, 2009

Profile Information

Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
I am greatly interested in peacebuilding and transformation in Africa. I have written about conflict management in South Africa and Nigeria.
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
Mediator/ Peacebuilder
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Peacebuilding, Conflict Resolution, Conflict Mainstreaming, Democratization, Development, Civil Society
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
Evaluation, Program Administration, Advocacy
What are some of your current areas of research (if any)?
Mediating International conflicts/ Peacebuilding in Africa

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At 11:34am on July 7, 2009, IRENE WINNIE ANYING said…
hi Emmy you are doing great work, i also do a lot of ADR although within the community at community level. to me its a good method of dispute resolution.
At 5:00pm on February 2, 2009, Pastor Samuel Muderhwa said…
Dear Angela

we need your service in D.R.Congo
for furthermore I will delight to cooperate with you. and if you may visit and help us can be more benefit to us, we have more event which we need your support for it
God bless you

Pastor Samuel

At 3:55pm on May 24, 2008, Erle Frayne Argonza said…
Hi Emmy! Wow, what a colorful history you had from your child soldier phase to PhD. Great to have you with our network. You could be a material for youth Ikon if you're not already one. Pls join my circle of friends! May you succeed in your next missions!
At 9:50am on March 31, 2008, wasye Musyoni said…
Hi Emmy,
Yeah its been a while since we communicated. As you may know my country Kenya had a bad start of year with lots of violence and destruction. I have since been busy working to support Faith Based Organisations in their relief and peace efforts. It has not been easy as there seems to have been such deep rooted hatred in our society which is made worse by growing gap between the 'haves and have nots'. We are in a lull following the signing of a peace accord between our political leaders but things on the ground are still horrible. The displaced are living in such desperate situations now that the rains are here. All we can do is work and pray and hope that the madness which caught this entire nation is now behind us and what is ahead is time for healing and rebuilding of relation and all that was destoyed. I know this is easier said than done but I can not afford to lose hope. How about you?
At 11:14pm on February 2, 2008, Dennis Otieno ORICHO said…
Thanks Emmy,

For the site, actually am member Global peacebuilders and hopefully we shall meet during the forth coming summit due in May 7th in Ireland. We need concerted in approaching conflict non-violently. with thanks, Dennis
At 7:29pm on November 26, 2007, James said…
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At 7:21am on September 27, 2007, Joel Nwokeoma said…
Hi Emmy,
Thanks so much for your kind comment. I assure you I will be kindly disposed to assisting you in your research when needed.
You can also reach me on jnwokeoma@gmail.com.
Best regards,
At 2:01pm on August 20, 2007, Cassandra Clifford said…
Hi Emmy,

I just wanted to say a quick hello, and I hope you are well. I haven't been on the site in some time. I do hope all is well with you.

At 8:40am on August 15, 2007, wasye Musyoni said…
Hi Emmy,
Thanks for the invitation. It is nice to see that your experience as a child soildier did not harden you to matters of peace and that you are instead building on it to promote positve change. Congratulations and continue with working for peace and development.
At 3:11pm on August 3, 2007, Gillian Ayong said…
Dear Emmy, I have been doing alot of training in conflict transformation and each time i am conducting a training this issue will be raised about how can my training take them out of their poverty situation. I always analysed it as a structural problem and i needed people in South Africa to start having different attitude and behavious to transform conflict. I agree with you therefore that poverty is one major cause of conflict as it leads to the fight over resources too. Would be great to do something together

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