⦁ Existence of coherent structures from the top to the bottom (From the diocese to the basic ecclesial community) in the field of justice and peace.
⦁ The reconciliation work that brought together members of families who were victims of genocide and those with people who were responsible for the genocide.
⦁ Integration of disadvantaged people including historically disadvantaged members of the national community (CNHD) who have accessed schooling, health care, housing and self-help initiatives through advocacy for them.
⦁ An existing framework of education for the culture of peace to young people through peace clubs for the peaceful future.
⦁ A network of cross-border rapprochement allowing the opening of communities bordering on peace-building in the Rwandan border zone of the DRC and Burundi.