You are here

Tanzania: News

Surging harmful content online increases the vulnerability of youth, especially related to targeted violence in school settings and digital environments. 
Published on 02/04/2022
A GPF youth forum on peacebuilding in Abuja, Nigeria's capital, in 2021.
Published on 30/03/2022
Representatives from Global Peace Foundation (GPF) highlighted peacebuilding efforts in East Africa at the 2021 Regional Consultative Forum on Youth, Peace, and Security held in Nairobi Kenya in December.
Published on 23/03/2022
Amani Yetu, Uhai Wetu peace club members.“Talent comes from G
Published on 10/02/2022
By Emiko PereaThe United Nations recognizes International Day of Peace on September 21 of each year, a day dedicated to non-violence among all nations.
Published on 01/10/2021
By Naomi MacMurdie
Published on 26/04/2021
Social and corporate leaders led by renowned philanthropist and industrialist Dr. Manu Chandaria have called on  young people in Africa to exploit the vast opportunities available in green social innovations as a way of solving youth unemployment and environmental degradation.
Published on 19/04/2021
On January 16-17, the Global Peace Foundation, in partnership with the Tanzania Building Future Organization, implemented the “Amani Yetu; Uhai Wetu,” project, which means “Our Peace, Our Life”.
Published on 08/03/2021

Pages