Adili believes that peaceful and secure communities are the foundation for sustainable development.
Adili has extensive expertise supporting programming in post-conflict, fragile and emerging countries. Working with communities to negotiated sustainable community peace agreements, supporting public, private and third sector organisation in developing sustainable peace and security programming.
The role of women in negotiating, upholding and maintaining peace in rural communities across Africa is often underappreciated. Adili works to support the realisation of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 resolution (S/RES/1325) which urges all actors to increase the participation of women and incorporate gender perspectives in peace and security efforts. Encouraging African communities to not only recognise but to embrace the role of women in peace the prevention and resolution of conflicts as well as in the maintenance and promotion of peace and security.
Our work emphasises four key areas:
- Conflicts based on resource competition and poor resource and management
- Political and community violence
- Conflict Early Warning Mechanisms
- Countering Violent Extremism