This report investigates community perceptions of the actions carried out by NGOs working to address intersecting crises in Eastern DRC, in Kalehe and Uvira (Ruzizi Plain) territories. These two areas are characterized by a significant presence of humanitarian, development and peacebuilding organizations (NGOs, UN agencies, etc.), along with armed group activism. This report provides feedback to stakeholders in these areas on the perceptions and representations of their actions to beneficiaries. The study addresses the following questions: What are the community’s perceptions of NGO actions in a peacebuilding process and what are the possible effects?