Nestled deep within the forests of Pahang in Malaysia, a quiet village is shining a light on sustainability for their village for generations to come.
Published on 01/11/2018
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
In the Media: Global Peace Foundation, Department of Education Sign Partnership to Improve Public Education System in Philippines
Global Peace Foundation (GPF) Philippines reaffirmed its partnership with the Department of Education (DepEd) in delivering better quality education to public schools in the country, particularly in poverty-stricken communities.
Published on 21/12/2017
Published on 19/09/2017
Published on 07/09/2017
“If we insist that we are an extension of one people; it doesn’t matter our ethnicity; it does not matter our religion; but we are one people under God, all these initiatives will come to fruition,” affirmed Rt. Hon.
Korea, Nigeria, Regional Peacebuilding, Interfaith Peacebuilding, Identity-Based Conflict, All-Lights Village Project, One Nation Under God Campaign, Northeast Asia Peace and Security, Philippines, Uganda, Kenya, Global Peace Economic & Business Forum, Youth Leadership and Service, Transforming Education, Interfaith Peacebuilding, Korean Reunification, New Women's Leadership Culture for Peace and Development: From the Home to the World
Published on 02/03/2017
The village of Preah Khae in Kampung Speu Province, Cambodia is shining a little brighter long after the sun goes down.
Published on 29/08/2016
Gallery: Cambodia Love and Lights Project
Published on 19/08/2016
Youth from Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia and Cambodia gathered for Global Peace Volunteers Camp* (GPV) in San Antonio, Zambales, Philippines on May 18-20, 2016 to receive leadership training in community development, peacebuilding, and disaster relief.
Published on 06/06/2016
In Western Kenya, a forgotten town by the name of Ukwala remains.
Published on 18/05/2016