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Who We Are

Peace Ambassadors for Iraq (PAFI)

Peace Ambassadors for Iraq (PAFI) is an internationally-oriented, non-governmental organization that is dedicated to achieving peace in Iraq and the Middle East.

We believe that peace, prosperity, and sustainable development will enable the Iraqi people to resolve their differences. In doing so, Iraq will leave behind the strife and division of its past and seize the bright future that lies before it. The path to a long-term solution to conflict in Iraq depends on reform of the country’s political process and institutions rather than a continued reliance upon military force alone.

PAFI is dedicated to working with partners from governments, institutions, civil society, and individuals in an effort to bring about lasting peace and reconciliation for the people of Iraq.

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About PAFI

Who We Are

Peace Ambassadors for Iraq (PAFI) is an internationally-oriented, non-governmental organization that is dedicated to achieving peace in Iraq and the Middle East.

Leadership

Peace Ambassadors for Iraq (PAFI) is led by a team of individuals with deep experience in Iraq and the Middle East.

Vision

Peace Ambassadors for Iraq (PAFI) strongly believes that military action in Iraq only serves to hinder a political solution for all of Iraq’s communities. Our focus is on long-term solutions which call for raising awareness and facilitating discussions on all issues that Iraq currently faces.

Objectives

Peace Ambassadors for Iraq (PAFI)’s primary objective is to inform the international community of the situation on the ground in Iraq through objective, trustworthy and reliable information. This will enhance understanding of the problems in their proper context and will also assist with mediation, and bring crucial parties together.