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Hon. Molly Ruth Lamatia, Member of Parliament in the Republic of Uganda and Presidential Advisor on Family Affairs talks about her work as a health care practitioner, parliamentarian, and educator in Uganda.
Joseph Nye of Harvard University coined the term "soft power" to give name to a force that attracts and compels rather than uses brute force. This idea has been applied to the idea that women hold power in society differently than men.
Published on 19/03/2014
On the 17th of November, Job Bwire of New Vision wrote an article about the University of Makerere launching a creativity campaign by the name of Character and Creativity Initiative (CCI), which is an educational model developed by the Global Peace Foundation. 
Published on 05/12/2013
ACKNOWLEDGING the sovereignty of Almighty God, the source of inalienable right
Published on 11/11/2013
Clean Cookstoves in Uganda
Published on 21/10/2013
The Global Peace Foundation’s Cookstove Project, which provides families with clean stoves that limit deadly indoor air pollution, is expanding from Uganda to Kenya through an initiative of Global Peace Women. 
Published on 14/10/2013
Character and Creativity Initiative’s (CCI) latest endeavor, a mentoring program called Leap Hubs, "Entrepreneurship &amp
Published on 01/08/2013