The GPLT programming strategy lays out its international reporting structures; from the community, district, provincial, national, regional, continental and to the international head office. 

We believe that it takes one individual to influence another to live in peace; in order to achieve this, we have set up communication structures in and around communities across the world, these are our peace-building structures that promote the coexistence of all people.

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Our approach to peace-building and                                                             SDGs implementation.

GPLT agrees with other global stakeholders that Sustainable Development Goals promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all, and build effective, accountable, and inclusive institutions at all levels. It aims to reduce the widespread criminality or the least visible forms of all violence against children, women, and other vulnerable members of our society. We also believe that violence against children has severe consequences for the future of societies.

Our peacebuilding work includes conflict prevention; conflict management; conflict resolution and transformation, and post-conflict reconciliation. Peacebuilding becomes strategic when it works over the long run and at all levels of society to establish and sustain relationships among people locally and globally.

Strategy Implementation.


With our efforts focusing on early warning and response efforts, the violence prevention and advocacy work GPLT strategy supports its thinking on its community entrance and exit and must be used to put up project implementation structures in communities around the world. The strategy is implemented through the setting up of Community Social Clubs (CSCs) that will help in supporting and sustaining our peace and community development initiatives around the world without promoting a culture of dependency, but rather a culture of innovation and resourcefulness whereby our strategies can not only be successfully implemented but are also repeatable and scalable.

This strategy helps to inform and guide our global operations in a strategic way from the outset. It lays out plans to be put in place to start community social clubs, which will put GPLT humanitarian and social activities in motion as we use a structured approach to problem-solving.  These are sustainable structured pillars for a peaceful and united community.

It is an outlined approach that identifies previously planned/established locations for work, sectors of intervention, funding targets, and targets of people to be reached.

The country by country program implementation plan will be developed when our country officials carry out rapid assessments, as well as needs assessments within the first week of our community entrance.

This program strategy is a coherent set of program activities designed to achieve a specified goal or set of objectives. The program strategy establishes the parameters of GPLT’s entire operation around the world and ensures that GPLT’s programs are "strategic" and based on the specific context being faced.

is based on an analysis of GPLT’s ‘value added’ in terms of GPLT’s contribution to addressing humanitarian needs. It also provides a clear analytical basis for deciding what to do and what not to do, as well as our international reporting structure.


GPLT focus year 2021 to 2023


GPLT’s main focus is on conflict prevention. Yet, the challenges being faced by people around the world pushes it to create and become involved in more humanitarian actions as a means of maximizing sustainable peacebuilding activities. Monitoring, mitigating, and responding remain parts of its balanced and comprehensive strategy.


Structures being set up through this strategy build a GPLT accountability system that will serve to capture data on its activities in any country, at any given time. Plans are also in place to build a system that will allow the capturing and dissemination of data in real-time. 

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