Global Peace Women (GPW) Tanzania, in collaboration with Dar es Salaam University Students Organization (DARUSO), invited exemplary women leaders and students to a “Women and Leadership” forum held in Nkurumah Hall at the Dar es Salaam University on April 1.
Published on 10/08/2017
News: Tanzania Community Clean Up Project is a Step to Counter Youth Radicalization and Violent Extremism
Local volunteers in Tanzani worked together in a community-wide clean up, promoting not only protection of their natural environment, but also safeguarding a community of healthy families, countering the growing danger of violence and extremism.
Published on 21/06/2017
Over 500 university students participated in an Earth Day forum at Sokoine University in Morogoro, Tanzania to bring awareness and a sense of global responsibility to inspire environmental action.
Published on 09/05/2017
News: GPF Tanzania 'Youth for Peace' Campaign Counters Violent Extremism with Youth Empowerment Workshop
Thirty-seven young leaders developed their moral and innovative leadership capacities at a one-day workshop hosted by Global Peace Foundation (GPF) Tanzania.
Published on 13/04/2017
News: Global Peace Foundation Tanzania, National Government, and UN Tanzania Office Commemorate International Day of Peace
UN Sustainable Development Goals Cited as Building Blocks for Peace
Published on 18/11/2016
Youth from Global Peace Foundation's Tanzania chapter make a peace pledge joinng the voices from around the world on International Day of Peace. Their peace pledge supports the youth who will convene in Belfast for the Amazing the Space event on the 21th of September.
Published on 20/09/2016
Published on 27/08/2016
Published on 18/08/2016
News: Global Peace Foundation Tanzania Supports World Merit Day Commemoration to Raise Awareness of Sustainable Development Goals
Nearly 100 youth, local and national officials and civic and faith leaders commemorated World Merit Day in Dar es Salaam on July 24.
Published on 24/07/2016
Community Leaders Seek Solutions to Youth Violence and Political Divisions
Published on 09/07/2016