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We prioritize the use of open source and open knowledge software with our partner organizations. Our aim is to promote universal access to sustainable technology.

PeaceGeeks commits to prioritizing the development and deployment of open source tools, knowledge and skills to our partners, so they and other non-profit organizations can securely leverage technology for social change. 


Amani is a simple open source 'website-in-a-box' tool that PeaceGeeks has created to help make it easier for other non-profit organizations to get online, collect data, share information and engage communities.


Services Advisor is an easy-to-use web app for mobile and desktop that is used by Syrian refugees and humanitarian service providers to improve access to information on services available to refugees. 

A dynamic and interactive website is enabling the Global Network of Women Peacebuilders to showcase the work of the network, including the various joint programs we carry with our members at national and regional level. It is also allowing the coordinating team to share with its members and partners information on the continuing advocacy work on women peace and security that the network undertakes at global level in New York.

Helena Gronberg, Co-Founder/ Program Manager, Global Network of Women Peacebuilders
Learn more about the partnership with Global Network of Women Peacebuilders here.