The headquarters of the Mission Source de vie in Cotonou served as the setting, on Saturday June 18, 2022, for the graduation of the first promotion of international chaplains and justices of the peace of the United Nations Conacce in Benin. Characterized by speeches, testimonies, all crowned by the delivery of certificates to the participants, this ceremony had a strong presence of the administrative authorities, religious and families of the recipients. In his speech, the President of the organizing committee, Pastor Josué Ahounou, felt that the challenge imposed by this two-week training course had been fully met. By thanking General Carlos Arroba, World President of Conacce Chaplains for having thought of Benin through the training of Chaplains and Justices of the Peace, he suggested that the harvest was very good in terms of acquiring knowledge at the end of these two weeks. “Knowledge, know-how and life skills. This is where we find training very important. Thus, the necessary assistance that it takes to make the world even a little better with this training has been received,” he explained. After the speeches of recognition, commitment and testimony of Ernest Houehounou and Rosita Akueson; respectively representatives of pastors and aspirants, General Carlos Arroba mentioned that the stage of Benin on behalf of this training will remain engraved in the annals of this organization. He did not fail to thank the state authorities of Benin as well as the organizers for this rich experience, according to him, in emotions and lessons. Sponsor of the event, the Minister of Social Affairs and Microfinance, through his representative Élise Kossoko, was delighted to participate in this closing ceremony which marks the end of this graduation training for Chaplains and Justices of the Peace at Benign. “In the name of the Minister of Social Affairs and Microfinance, I congratulate you on this initiative which makes it possible to promote the development of peace, equity and international cooperation. I invite you, dear recipients, to work for peace in Benin and in the world,” she insisted.