The Philippine Department of Education’s Alternative Learning System (ALS) celebrated the commencement of its ninth and fifteenth classes of participants on July 3 and 15, 2015.
Published on 01/10/2015
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
News: Global Peace Youth Uganda’s Entrepreneurship Workshop Supports Job Growth, Social Responsibility
Over 400 students, teachers, and business and NGO representatives came together for a one-day social entrepreneurship workshop at Uganda Christian University in Kampala on September 12, 2015.
Published on 12/09/2015
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
News: Global Peace Foundation Hosts Young Entrepreneurship Conference at National Congress of Paraguay
More than 200 participants attended the "Competiveness and Values for
Published on 04/08/2015
The 2015 “Education for All" national assessment of literacy in the Philippines reported that 12.3 million Filipinos ages 6-24 are not enrolled in school.
Published on 04/08/2015
The “Dakar Framework of Action” issued at the 2000 World Education Forum in Senegal with the commitment of 164 governments asserts that “Education is a fundamental human right.” The framework launched an ambitious agenda to increase access to basic education for all peoples by 2015, recognizing
Published on 28/07/2015
Bharti Airtel, a leading telecommunications service provider with operations in 20 countries across Africa and Asia has partnered with the Chandaria Foundation and the Global Peace Foundation to support 41 schools in Kenya in the LEAP Hubs entrepreneurship program through the provision of free In
Published on 17/06/2015
In the Media: TechMoran covers "High School Students to Benefit from ICT and Entrepreneurship Project"
Alliance High School is among the schools that benefited from an ICT and Entrepreneurship project by Samsung C&T (Construction and Trade) in collaboration with UN-HABITAT, Global Peace Foundation and the Community Chest of Korea.
Published on 24/04/2015
In a world that is rapidly technologically and socially changing, students must learn to adapt and be ready to face challenges that lie ahead. Educators are reaching for innovative approaches to meet rising expectations and equip their students to live fulfilling lives after graduations.
Published on 18/02/2015