With our growing partnerships and networks in 24 countries, we've impacted lives and communities with our unique models of peacebuilding and development. Here is a snapshot of what we accomplished in 2016. Looking forward to even greater advances to peace in 2017.
Director of Global Peace Foundation Kenya, Daniel Juma, was a guest on Kenya’s KTN News Life and Style segment on December 1st to discuss Global Peace Education initiatives: Leadership and Entrepreneurship Hubs (LEAP Hubs) and
Global Peace Foundation Kenya Director Daniel Juma was featured on KTN News, a leading 24-hour TV channel for Eastern Africa, to speak on the National Peace Initiative to secure peaceful balloting in the upcoming 2017 presidential election. Other guests included Dr.
Government, business and community stakeholders launched an initiative prommoting peace and cohesion in Kenya looking forward to the 2017 elections.
Stakeholders Advance Coordinated Efforts to Prevent Election Violence
The Global Peace Foundation and sponsors like Aritel, Samsung and the Chandaria Foundation hosted an Innovators Boot Camp for students from the 60 students from area Leap Hubs, entreprenurial incubation centers at local high schools.
“Technology is one tool that we are using to strengthen characters of these entrepreneurs by allowing them to challenge themselves to seek more knowledge and expertise online thus giving them leverage to the information, access and content that the internet provides.”
Airtel Kenya, Global Peace Foundation (GPF) and other sponsors like the Chandaria Foundation hosted a Innovators Boot Camp in Kiambu County, Kenya.
Kenya NTV reports on three students from the Alliance High School Leap Hub who have created an alternative source of fuel that is affordable, easy to make, lasts long and eco-friendly.