JNUS, in partnership with the Global Network of Women Peacebuilders (GNWP), has been implementing various projects since 2018 at Ramu and Ukhiya Upazilla of Cox's Bazar. The objectives of these projects are; to increase the capacity of young women and girls through promoting literacy,
advocacy and network. Thirty Young Women Leaders (YWL), previously called Girl Ambassadors for Peace (GA4P), formed under this initiative, are now leading designing, delivering and implementing various project activities at the local level involving the women and girls of the Rohingya and host community. This initiative is now particularly focused on promoting the issues relating to Women, Peace and Security (WPS) and Youth, Peace and Security (YPS) resolutions for contributing to an inclusive and sustainable peace and development in the region. As of now, sixty Rohingya women leaders and one hundred twenty women in the host community have received literacy education under this initiative. The GA4Ps/YWL have been using theatre and literacy education as a tool to engage young women with the efforts of this initiative. They are also getting engaged with dialogue and discussion with the young women in the host community and at the Rohingya refugee camps for building awareness on gender rights and the available national and international instruments for safeguarding women against gender-based violence.