• 27 PRODUCTIVE GUATEMALANS

    27 PRODUCTIVE GUATEMALANS

    Adela applied employee engagement techniques she learned at Bpeace U.S. Host Companies and saw production at her vegetable processing plant increase by 40%. Music now fills the facility, employees contribute ideas rewarded by movie tickets, and she replaced overtime with an employee-preferred two-shift system.
  • ON THE SALVADORAN ROADS WITH 52 JOBS

    ON THE SALVADORAN ROADS WITH 52 JOBS

    Jose (center) began his business by building his own truck that melts and applies striping compound. Today he produces road signs for most of El Salvador. Bpeace Traveling Mentors helped Jose improve production processes and initiate a system for effective business management to handle a 73% increase in full-time staff.
  • INSPIRING TOURISM IN AFGHANISTAN

    INSPIRING TOURISM IN AFGHANISTAN

    The Afghan Ski Challenge in Bamyian, orchestrated by Gull Hussain Baizad, is introducing Afghans, especially women, to the sport and attracting international competitors. Bpeace helped Gull package tours to Afghanistan, develop marketing surveys and deploy social media.
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Welcome to Bpeace

More Jobs Mean Less Violence.® We believe the path to peace is lined with jobs. Bpeace is the nonprofit network of business volunteers who work with entrepreneurs in conflict-affected communities to scale their businesses, create significant employment for all and expand the economic power of women.

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Of the four countries Bpeace works in today, Rwanda has the smallest Bpeace presence.  But that wasn't always the case.  In our early years, Rwanda was Bpeace's obsession, and over the past 12 years we have delivered some innovative services to female business owners in Kigali and Butare.

Today our activities in Rwanda involve key partnerships, not only because partnerships allow us to accomplish more than we could on our own, but because funding for Rwanda is hard to come by.

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