We should not simply acknowledge the youth of our country as victims or enforcer of violence, it is important engaging young generation to work as social actors with their own opinions and contributions. Practically, this can only be done by encouraging both youth and adults which includes parents, teachers and nonprofit workers, religious leaders who can support the formation of peaceful and fruitful groups that offer young people a chance to express their opinions. Awareness of peace building is not only required in the youth but also in adults. Due to this reason SWCH not only work in isolation with youth but also includes the engagement of parents and other elders/adults of the community in Peace Building Projects. Through partnerships between different generations community groups everyone will get the chance to demonstrate the affects of their peace actions. Such a useful communication and collaboration channels also allow young generation and adults to explore the common problems they face in their surroundings or in their community and plans to tackle them together. By facilitating the youth to connect individually and to organizational levels, ideas and challenges so that best practices can be shared.