"Amisi conducted research for in “Peasant Identity and Socio-economic Development in Bamanga Collectivity, Kisangani, DRC” as partial requirement for his BSc. He worked as consultant for many local NGOs in civil society capacity building in Central Africa. He also worked for international NGOs including “Care Canada” and “Doctors of the World” in the Great Lakes Region in refugee relief programmes in partnership with the UNHCR.
"In South Africa, he was Research Assistant in “Globalisation, Marginalisation and New Social Movements in post-Apartheid South Africa” in 2003. Amisi is co-founder and coordinator of “African Initiative for Peace, Democracy and Development”, AIPDD, Reg No 033-460-NPO. The organisation’s objectives include restoration and dissemination of culture of peace and conflict resolution, community empowerment and participation in public affairs, promotion of democratic process and human rights through lobbying and advocacy, training and networking, and research and publication."  (2003)
- Grant Manager, Centre for Civil Society
Resources and articles
- ↑ Baruti Amisi, Centre for Civil Society, accessed October 11, 2007.