The Women and Peace Network or RFP was founded in March 1999. Its intervention strategies are the implementation of projects on the ground by member organizations and groups, facilitating the joint work of civil society and the media, collaborating with local governments and integrating the gender dimension into projects. RFP has a vision of a peaceful, rich and dynamic Burundi where women fully enjoy their civic, political, economic and social rights. Its mission is to contribute to the participation of women in peace research and peacebuilding, and to promote development in Burundi. Its objectives are to work for the effective involvement of women in peace consolidation and reconciliation initiatives, to strengthen the economic capacities of women, to advocate for the government in favor of the integration of gender in development programs. country, to eliminate gender-based violence. RFP's intervention strategies are peace and security, good governance, human rights and poverty reduction.
"As a platform, CSPPS brings together a variety of civil society actors involved in peacebuilding and conflict prevention at the local, national and international levels. Through constructive engagement and partnership Continuing with duty bearers and other key stakeholders, we aim to ensure meaningful engagement and inclusion of civil society."