Millicent is one of the Founders of the Local Capacities for Peace International (an NGO based in Kenya) (LCPI) www.localcapacities.org, she works nationally and internationally (in Africa, Asia, Europe and USA) on matters related to the impact of humanitarian action on beneficiaries, interfaith dialogues, breaking systemic violence, dignity, identity, trauma and Peace-building, development and nonviolent conflict transformation in the context of war and armed conflicts, community security and restorative justice. She currently engaged as a Graduate Assistant in the Women Peace-building Leadership Program at the Centre for Justice and Peace Eastern Mennonite University in Virginia (USA), represents Mediators Beyond Border’s (MBB-Arlington USA) in East Africa as the Regional Consultant, she is also a member of the Conflict Analysis Group under the Directorate of Peace-building and Conflict Management (PBCM) in Kenya, Chair of the Linking Levels’ Working Group in the Swiss Peace (KOFF) Conflict Sensitive Consortium, Consultant for CDA Learning Projects (Cambridge-USA), trainer for Mediators Beyond Borders International Training Institute (MBBITI) and a member of the Kenya DNH and Conflict Sensitive Consortium.

The specific countries in Africa include Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda, DR Congo, South Sudan, Sudan, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Ghana, Nigeria, Liberia, and South Africa; other areas include Bangladesh, Myanmar, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Northern Ireland, Turkey, Romania, and USA. For information contact: motieno@localcapacities.org or millieoucho14@gmail.com