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Global Peace Volunteers Camp | May 18-20, 2016

May 18, 2016 - May 20, 2016: ZAMBALES, Philippines

GPV Camp aims to create a learning environment for upcoming and current university students and youth leaders to develop and practice their skills to explore,  discuss and engage for leadership and personal growth.

We offer our camp participants an excellent opportunity to:

-Strengthen young people’s capacity to impact as they bring social change.

-Expand their horizon and develop their leadership and social skills through our various group and team building activities.

-Promote collaborative relationships between people from diverse backgrounds.

-Facilitate moments of encounter, exchange and skill-building between young people.

-Open up other opportunities to participate in GPY’s international events. Develop a network of alumni and make it a true platform for joint action to help address social challenges.


The program will include:

         - Global Peace Youth Workshop

         - Inspiring Lectures

                    - Disaster Preparedness and Reduction Training

         - Leadership Adventure Race

         - Service Project

         - Film Showing under the stars

         - Team Reflection and Bonfire


Expected Participants

Senior High School, College/University Students, Youth Leaders and Young Professionals from around the world that are committed to social development, volunteerism, regional cooperation, peacebuilding, service and cooperation.



Name of project: Global Peace Volunteers Camp 2016

Theme: Moral and Innovative Leadership

Dates: May 18-20, 2016

Venue: Zambales, Philippines

Organizer: Global Peace Foundation

Partners: Commission on Higher Education, Department of Education, Local Government of San Antonio, Provincial          Government of Zambales and Subic Bay Freeport Zone

Program Fee: 3,500 PHP (Local Participant) 100 USD (International Participant)

-3 days and 2 nights accommodation, Quezon City – Zambales v.v. transfer, full-board meals, GPY summer camp t-shirt,            

certificate of participation and inspiring discussions, enriching activities and service project.




San Antonio is increasingly known for its beautiful beaches, majestic mountains and scenic coves. It is a favorite destination of campers and beach lovers.

Nestled in the navel of the Zambales coastline, a Spanish Light House from the 1800s is found atop the "Islas de Punta Capones." This is reminiscent of places such as "Sierra Leone. This surf spot is known as a "surfing paradise" closest to Manila. There you will find surf lessons, board rentals, as well as cozy accommodations. Pundaquit is also fast becoming as surfing capital of Luzon.


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                Bank Name: Bank of the Philippine Islands

                                      Account No.: 0273-3667-17


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For Inquiries: Email us at Tel.No.: +63.2.351.7652


GPF Philippines Office | 205 Cedar Executive Bldg. II, 26 Scout Tobias corner Timog Avenue, Quezon City, Philippines | |


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