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Kabul Institute for Peace (KiP) Research Institute that Delivers Data for Academics and
Policy Analysts to Facilitate Sustainable Peace and
Reconciliation in Afghanistan
Kabul Institute for Peace (KiP) Research Institute that Delivers Data for Academics and
Policy Analysts to Facilitate Sustainable Peace and
Reconciliation in Afghanistan

ABOUT KIP

Afghanistan once again stands at a pivotal moment. A peak in conflict is again endangering its journey toward peace and reconciliation. Over 40 years of conflict have condemned Afghans to a life of insecurity. In these decades of conflict, many Afghans have lost their sense of belonging and feel they do not have a voice in addressing the insecurity that denies them the chance to live like any other person in this world. Throughout the years, policy and strategy formulation has mostly taken place in Kabul and other urban areas without the inclusion of many Afghans, including Afghans from the many rural parts of Afghanistan. The strategy formulation that has emerged from Kabul is not supported by academia, qualitative or quantitative data, and lacks connection to many parts of the country. The result has been an elite-centered approach that has failed to address regional sensitivities and priorities. Most importantly, it has failed to deliver peace to the Afghan people.

The Kabul Institute for Peace (KIP) is a non-governmental organization with deep roots in the country and a wide scope of capabilities. KIP was established in November 2020 and is focused on community outreach strategies and program development to enable community-led groups to identify issues and work collectively toward sustainable peace in Afghanistan. 

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Vision

KIP’s vision is for Afghanistan to have sustainable peace and become a prosperous regional roundabout.
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Mission

The mission of KIP is to listen to the Afghan people and work to deliver sustainable peace.
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Virtues

The virtues that guide KIP are: honesty, integrity, resilience, compassion, and hope.
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Transparency

Through appointment of a Monitoring & Evaluation Manager, KIP will ensure that we are abiding by our vision, mission and virtues.

Strategic Focus Areas

Peace

KIP will systematically explore emerging consensus on gaps that have the potential to jeopardize durable peace in Afghanistan. KIP will develop surveys around these gaps, then survey people throughout Afghanistan at the district…

Reconciliation

After four decades of protracted conflict, Afghanistan is reaching an unprecedented chance for peace. To ensure a sustainable peace is achieved, there is a need for a reconciliation program in the post conflict Afghanistan…

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