AYINET is Committed to Making Peace and Justice a
Reality for Victims and Survivors of War
AYINET provides mental and physical rehabilitation to victims in post war communities of greater northern Uganda
AYINET works to ensure access to justice for war affected communities with women’s empowerment and particiaption.
AYINET mobilizes and empowers young people to champion peacebuilding, conflict mitigation and reconciliation.
AYINET is proud to be Associated with these women who gave us hope, and courage to be where we are
News and Media
War Victim relieved by son's recovery
“I didnt enjoy my life, I went through dangers that started in 1979 in the war when Amin was overtaken. I lost my mother in that war. My younger siblings were also killed later on in the LRA war. I have been grieving since.”
Youth emerging as Leaders and Game changers for Peace and Reconciliation
The youth are given opportunities to gain skills which help them become better leaders, problem solvers and peace builders.
Young war victim trades wounds and scars for hope and inspiration
“I want to thank God and the People who helped me because now my friends do not call me bad names any more, I can hold a stick and a cup very well. I am even going to study well to become a doctor to help other children like me.” Read More
Restoring the lives of war victims
26 year old Nancy Auma, is one of 574 beneficiaries men, women and children who have benefited from free reconstructive surgery, medical rehabilitation as well as counseling under the United Nations’ Peace Building Programme (PBP) for Northern Uganda, which has enabled her to lead a normal life. Read more
Victor OCHEN raises Sustainable Development Goals' Flag 16 for Peace and Justice in Uganda
Engaging Leadership at all levels to ensure Justice for Victims
United Nations Secretary General, H.E Ban-Ki-Moon
…“Collectively, our solidarity with war victims’ world-over. I wish to applaud the African Youth Initiative Network- AYINET, for hosting the War Victims Day Football Game. Football has brought us together today. World leaders, ICC State Delegates, War Victims and all people of good will for the noble cause. As we participate, each in our unique ways, we have the opportunity to identify with our brothers and sisters whose lives have regrettably not only been affected, but also defined by war and other cowardly acts of terrorism and crimes against humanity. Together with the United Nations, we in The Republic of Uganda express our solidarity with war victims”
President of Uganda, H.E Y.K Museveni