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Global Youth Summit 2016


Ten thousand youth leaders, students, and young professionals from various countries and regions in the Philippines gather at SM Mall of Asia Arena in Manila for a 1-day celebration of youth leadership that aims to challenge, foster inspiration, and ignite the leadership skills of the world’s future shapers. READ MORE

Samsung Philippines and All-Lights Village Flora, Tarlac


GPF with Samsung Philippines, FIT ED and FronlineLearners turned over 25 solar lamps, Christmas gifts & installed a new learning application of BlendEd a learning method that is proven effective for group instruction method aided with technology. READ MORE

International Young Leaders Assembly USA 2015


The IYLA seeks to create formidable bonds to form a network of global youth leaders. Despite varying backgrounds, languages, and cultures, the program seeks to bring young leaders together through a shared framework for moral and innovative leadership based on vision, service and entrepreneurship. READ MORE

Global Peace Youth and Global Peace Development: Kusog Masbate


One hundred fourteen families from two coastal communities in Brgy. Tigbao, Milagros, Masbate each received solar lanterns at the launching of “Kusog Masbate” All-Lights Village, the first in Masbate and Bicol Region. “Kusog” is ‘strong’ in Masbateno dialect. READ MORE

Global Peace Women Philippines     All-Lights Village in Mindoro


The first All-Lights Village in Region IV-B was launched January 18th. Sitio Sinariri, home of nearly 100 Mangyan households, located in Brgy. Panaytayan, Mansalay, Oriental Mindoro is the first All-Lights Village in the region. READ MORE

2016 Manila Bay Coastal Clean-Up


Some 7000 students and voluteers from 15 colleges and universities in National Capital Region joined a massive coastal clean-up drive along Manila Bay to promote better ocean health and environmental consciousness. Aside from removing trash, information on the debris collected are also recorded. READ MORE