The end of the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st century have been characterized by various violent conflicts around the world. Most of them have emerged due to bad governance and mismanagement by political leadership. The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), since its independence on 30 June 1960, has been confronted by many internal crises due to the lack of legitimacy of the institutions and their governors, lack of proper orientation of foreign aid and foreign debt, corruption, the rulers above the law, human rights violations, etc. Consequently, after 32 years of military dictatorship, the country was plunged into various armed conflicts, supported militarily by neighboring countries. However, the country has organized its first multiparty elections in 2006 for the legitimate authorities. Thus, the significance of this curriculum guide for a course on Culture of Peace: Good Governance in the DRC is to contribute to the promotion of a culture of peace based on good governance because governance has a direct bearing on the quality of life of the people.