Global Peace Volunteers Camp Zamboanga Peninsula

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“We are fortunate to be part of this training, as we relentlessly provide avenues to educators and as well as to the youth, opportunities wherein we can learn and develop skills, talents and potentials.” -Genedin Padilla, Zamboanga City Division, Department of Education Global Peace Foundation and the Department of Education Region IX jointly organized the […]

Global Peace Convention 2019

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The Global Peace Convention 2019 opened in Seoul, South Korea on February 26 with a Global Youth Forum and Women’s Leadership Forum, highlighting the role of youth and women leaders in becoming active contributors to the peaceful reunification of the Korean peninsula. Popular opinion around reunification has been changing. A recent Korean Gallup poll from October […]

Global Giving and Global Peace Foundation Philippines

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GPF Philippines turn over disaster response and preparedness kits to 150 families in Sanchez Mira On February 10, 150 families in Sanchez Mira, Cagayan Valley Province received their disaster preparedness kits, solar lighting system, and water purifiers thanks to donations received by Global Peace Foundation Philippines from concerned individuals and GlobalGiving. Last month, Global Peace […]

Global Peace Foundation Philippines recognized at Department of Education’s 2019 Partners’ Appreciation Program

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GPF Philippines was among the 200 partners recognized by Department of Education (DepEd) at its recently concluded Partners’ Appreciation Program held on February 12 at Bulwagan ng Karunungan in Pasig City. Education Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones was present in the program to thank all the partners and stakeholders for helping the Department to carry out […]

Global Peace Camp Datu Paglas Maguindanao

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Global Peace Foundation and the Local Government of Datu Paglas, Maguindanao jointly organized the 1st Global Peace Camp in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao on November 19 – 21, 2018. The 3 day Global Peace Camp inculcate a culture of selflessness among youth for positive social change a peaceful world and nurture virtues and […]

Global Peace Education Summit 2018

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On November 15, 2018, the Department of Education and Global Peace Foundation Philippines held the second Global Peace Education Summit at the Edilberto P. Dagot Hall in Philippine Normal University, Manila. This year’s theme, “Moral and Innovative Leadership: New Models for Education Transformation and Development,” convened 15 experts from diverse backgrounds, 97 participants from 24 […]

Optimizing Team Performance, the Character and Creativity Way

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Ninety teachers and administration staffs of Philippine Cultural College-Caloocan, led by its Vice President, Dr. Ester Lim, attended the seminar-workshop on “Optimizing Team Performance, the Character and Creativity Way” facilitated by Global Peace Foundation Philippines Education on September 26. The seminar-workshop aimed to introduce various approaches of Character and Creativity Initiative (CCI) in transforming education […]

First Phase of Turn-Over: Mansalay, Oriental Mindoro

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  Despite the inclement weather, Global Peace Foundation Philippines team pursued the first phase of turn-over for the project, “Solar Lamps for 900 Indigenous Filipino Children,” at Sitio Hawili, Barangay Panaytayan, Mansalay in Oriental Mindoro last July 9, 2018. Together with Ms. Ann Montejo, Program Director for Education, and representatives from the local government of […]

GLOBAL GIVING: Solar Lamps for 900 Indigenous Filipino Children

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  This project provides solar lamps to 900 indigenous children and youth in the Philippines, so they can gain access to safer, less expensive, healthier and more environmental friendly light source to help them study after dark. Challenge Children from indigenous communities perform poorly in school due to limited studying time. Most indigenous children rely […]