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Leap Hubs, a Global Peace Education program, has been providing guidance and space for highly motivated students to explore their ideas in business and entrepreneurship in numerous Kenyan schools. 
Published on 04/05/2016
Global Peace Education, One World United and Virtuous, and Character.org held a webinar, titled, "Equipping Students with 21st Century Skills for a Globalized World" on April 13, 2016.The webinar addressed the following questions:
Published on 20/04/2016
Leading telecommunications services provider, Airtel, launched it's Free Internet for Schools Programme in Kisii County, allowing 20 schools to connect to the internet for free. This program is currently being used in 32 counties, which includes 197 institutions and 250,000 students in Kenya.
Published on 26/02/2016
Global Peace Foundation Kenya Intel My Digital Journey
Intel Launches My Digital Journey Software for its She Will Connect Program
Published on 27/01/2016
Global Peace Foundation Kenya hosts event for Hand Washing Day 2015
Global Hand Washing Day, founded by the Global Private-Public Partnership for Handwashing, is celebrated each year on October 15 in order to bring greater
Published on 04/01/2016
Hundreds of teachers gathered at the forum on education, "Nurturing School as a Pleasant Garden," held in the Ministry of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia building on Tuesday, December 8, 2015.
Published on 16/12/2015
Former presidents of Bolivia, Guatemala, Panama and Uruguay and other speakers advocated  the expansion of dialogue with young people in response to the crisis on values in the educational system in Latin American countries at a forum on November 12, 2015 in Brasilia, Brazil.
Published on 16/11/2015
Global Peace Education Forum 2015By Archana Divi Chandra Mohan Pillai, Global Peace Foundation Malaysia“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” – Nelson Mandela
Published on 06/11/2015
Published on 12/10/2015
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Paraguayan youth have one of the highest literacy rates, at 99 percent, in comparison to other middle-income countries in the region according to a 2014 study by the Education and Policy Data Center.
Published on 09/10/2015

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