GPW Testimonies from Women around the World

Global Peace Foundation
February 13, 2015

Lively caring for elderly parents
Gender Equality Promotion Center in Ota-ku, Tokyo, Japan, April 18, 2014

“It’s not only the study of caring for elderly parents, but it’s also the model of the way of life as human beings. I learned how to live my life through attending the workshop.” -Participant

One day family values education and leadership program
Kathmandu, Banepa and Itahari, Nepal, March 1st, 2014



“This program was really important for encouraging women and building up more confidence for a better living. I came to know that we all can walk together in a united way to bring about changes for the development of our nation” – Shanti Mahal from the Intercaste Marriage Association

Improved Cook Stove Project
Chhaimale Village Development Committee, Nepal, 2014


“The stove is very beneficial to housewives like me. It consumes less firewood, so firewood can be saved. We don’t have to go far to gather firewood anymore either. As food can be cooked faster, the children can go to school on time as well.” -Jasodha Khatiwoda

Second 2014 panel discussion sponsored by El Observador newspaper in Uruguay
Uruguay, August 2, 2014

A speaker presenting at a panel event with a projected image, audience, and panel members seated at a table with name placards on Women's GPW Testimonies.


“Education starts at home, before our kids go to nursery school. The way parents treat others will have an influence on the way their kids will treat others in the future.” – Carolina Anastasiadis

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