Consultative security forums have always been the backbone in TLPF’s efforts to promote and establish peace among communities in the Greater Horn of Africa Region.

The foundation has been able to establish peace mainly due to its peace and consultative security forums that usually involve local administration, government security apparatus, the foundation’s peace staff and local communities.

These forums have often averted lurking inter-tribal wars and led to early detection of signs of strife.

TLPF has held numerous consultative security forums in different pastoralist areas since its beginning.

Most notable of them all are the Kapedo peace and consultative forum, bringing Turkana and Pokot tribes together to find consensus and share water and pastureland. The tribal rivalry in Kapedo had resulted in numerous deaths and displacement of people and even government security.