Published on 15/03/2019
Communities Unite for Pure water (CUP) is a Global Peace Foundation (GPF) initiative in Malaysia that aims to uplift the welfare of rural and underserved communities through the provision of clean water.
Published on 28/01/2019
Global Peace Foundation (GPF) Malaysia and partner Nestle Malaysia launched the Safe Water, Safe Communities project to provide clean water for over 650 people in five villages in Tasik Chini, Pahang by installing over fifty Swiss-designed water filtration systems.
Published on 05/10/2018
Community development is a journey Global Peace Foundation (GPF) Malaysia volunteers undertake together with locals as they work side by side to bring sustainable development to communities in need.
Published on 17/09/2018
In the Media: Changing Lives in Malaysia with Clean Water
“We used to save and stinge on water, only using it when we absolutely needed to. But now thankfully, we can shower, wash our clothes, and drink water more frequently. It shows in our health too, we don’t suffer from diarrhoea and fevers as much as before.”
Published on 28/08/2018
Dr. Hyun Jin Preston Moon, founder and chairman of the Global Peace Foundation, delivered the following address at the Global Peace Leadership Conference in Kampala, Uganda on August 2, 2018.
Published on 17/08/2018
News: Regional and International Leaders Explore New Models of Peace and Development at Global Peace Leadership Conference 2018 in Uganda
The Global Peace Leadership Conference 2018 East Africa/Great Lakes Region hosted in Kampala, Uganda, highlighted the potential of African countries as models of peacebuilding and sustainable development.
Published on 17/08/2018
In the Media: Global Peace Leadership Conference Highlights New Conflict Resolution Models in Africa
Kampala, Uganda— Global Peace Foundation (GPF) Uganda hosted the Global Peace Leadership Conference (GPLC) on August 1-2 under the theme, “Moral and innovative leadership: new models for sustainable peace and development.”
Published on 08/08/2018
Published on 07/08/2018
According to World Health Organization, the Philippines ranks 2nd in Asia Pacific for indoor pollution caused by kerosene and solid fuels linked to deaths among children and women. Sadly, most indigenous children rely on kerosene lanterns so they can study at night.
Published on 02/07/2018