CLHEI has over the years been committed to Humanitarian Response and Emergencies, working around disaster risk reduction and environment governance including peace building and conflict transformation. It is our believe that when community resilience is built, and early warning systems are strengthened with positive behavioral changes from the people around tolerance and engagement with their environment, there will be sustainable peace and drastic reduction in the over-populated IFDP-c with those currently inhabiting them properly rehabilitated and reintegrated into their communities.
In recognition of her consistent intervention in Humanitarian Crisis, Rev. Fr. Solomon Ukeyima (Tor-KSS) presented an award to Community Links and Human Empowerment Initiative (CLHEI) and charged them to keep up the good work as they continue to give themselves to the service of humanity.