Peace Process Support Program focuses on peacebuilding activities-- creating and strengthening the new or existing mechanisms that is the most appropriate approach to the unique nature of the country. These include the followings:  


Nurturing Youth Peacebuilders Program focuses on capacity building of youth with the potential to become strong leaders and advocates for their communities so that they are capable of developing civil society and strengthen civic engagement in their respective communities while h


Program focuses on providing our support to some of our partner organizations that need our organization's assistance in their project implementation and organization development to become strong Community Based Organizations.


Research and Policy Advocacy Program focuses on developing policies that reflect real concerns and issues of the grassroots community in the States those are needed to be addressed in cooperation with respective key stakeholders including State governments and parliaments while a

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24 May 2000:

Shalom Foundation was established


December 2001:

Inauguration Ceremony of Peace Centre of Shalom Foundation


5 November 2001:

Registered with the Ministry of Home Affairs as a Local NGO (Regd. No. 1832).


May 2002:

Formed Myanmar Ethnic Nationalities Mediators’ Fellowship (ENMF).


October 2003:

ENMFmet with Mr. Razali Ismail, the special envoy of the UN Secretary General to Myanmar.


December 2003:

General Khin Nyunt attended Kachin Traditional Harvest Dinner as the new Prime Minister of Myanmar


29 December 2003:

Organised first Open Forum for ethnic ceasefire armed groups and ENMF


13 February 2004:

Organised an informal meeting for ethnic armed groups, where 16 out of 17 ceasefire groups participated


13 May 2004:

Hosted a dinner for leaders and delegates of ceasefire ethnic groups who will attend the National Convention


1 Jan 2005:

2nd Open Forum of Ceasefire Ethnic Armed Groups


24 Feb 2005:

More than 45 diplomats and officers from Ministry of Foreign Affairs visited Peace Center in Kachin State.


22 May 2005:

Shalom Foundation’s Fifth Anniversary Celebration initiating “ANOTHER STEP TO JUST PEACE” through establishing Peace Committees in different ethnic states.


Sept 2005:

SF organized “Friends for Peace Conference” and Trauma Healing Center established in Waimaw, Kachin State.


January 2006:

SF has set up the Resource Room in the Yangon Office.


February 2006:

Interfaith Cooperation Groups was formed with the leaders from 4 main major religious groups in Myanmar


March 2006:

Child Center Approach Education Programme (CCA) initiated with Education Department of Kachin Independent Organization


June 2006:

Trauma Healing Center started in Falam, Chin State


July 2006:

SF organized Interfaith Peace-building Conference


July 2006:

Trauma Healing Center established in Laiza, Kachin State and Mawlamyine, Mon state.



Started participating in Peace Comm Exchange Programme


April 2007:

Youth Peace Exchange Program among 5 organizations in Asia Pacific started


August & December 2007:

Wuyan village in Wai Maw Township and Gwi Rut Yang Village in Kachin State were granted community forestry land use registration by the Forest Department of Kachin State as the first time ever in Kachin State


January 2008:

Modular Course on Conflict Transformation started in partnership with Action Asia


May 2008:

Trauma Recovery Support Project started in Cyclone Nargis affected regions (Delta).


December 2008:

CCA Programme expanded to Mon State in partnership with Education Department of New Mon State Party (NMSP).



Shalom Foundation hosted Peace Comm Exchange Programme meeting in Yangon


February 2009:

The 1st Staff Forum of Shalom Foundation held in Bagan


May 2009:

Shalom Foundation Started Civic Education Programme