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Life skills such as good citizenship, environmental consciousness, honesty, respect, relationship skills, sexual responsibility, and leadership capacity are important for the education of the whole child, agreed educators at the UasinGishu/Nandi County Education Stakeholders Life Skills Review Fo
Published on 30/09/2015
GPLC 2015 Youth Summit participants moments before the event.
The rational-choice theory that has been so popular up until now suggests that, given the right incentives and punishments, human beings and thus human societies will make rational choices. And yet, clearly, that has not been the case.
Published on 21/09/2015
An initative was launched at the Olympics Primary School, created by Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD), to promote peace among Christians and Muslims.The launching included a friendly soccer game in which teams consisted of both Christians and Muslims.
Published on 20/09/2015
In a historic event, Muslim leaders hosted their Christian counterparts at Nairobi's Jamia Mosque for Friday prayers to promote interfaith harmony in the wake of religious terrorism.
Published on 19/09/2015
Christian clergymen from various churches, led by Global Peace Foundation Executive Director Daniel Juma, joined Muslims for Friday prayers in Nairobi’s Jamia Mosque. More than 10,000 worshippers attended the Friday prayers. 
Published on 19/09/2015
On September 18, 2015 Christian leaders joined Muslim Friday prayers at the Jamia Mosque in Nairobi to promote harmony and tolerance among the religions in Kenya. 
Published on 18/09/2015
The Inter-Religious Council of Kenya, a coalition of all major faith communities in Kenya, in partnership with the Council of Imams, Preachers of Kenya, and the Jamie Mosque, will hold a historic event at Jamia Mosque in Nairobi in which Christian clergy from various churches will attend Friday n
Published on 17/09/2015
Both moral and innovative leadership are essential in addressing the roots of conflict and corruption, and to promote equitable development within our global community. Societies that emphasize good character, innovation and collaboration can lead the way to building peace.
Published on 14/09/2015
Global Peace Foundation Leap Hubs schools in Nairobi participate in Intel's My Digital Journey.
Eighteen girls from three Global Peace Foundation Leap Hub schools in Nairobi participated in Intel’s My Digital Journey program that has been customized to empower young girls in the field of technology.
Published on 15/08/2015

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