• Global Peace Education (GPE) Kenya

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    GPE collaborates with educators and change-makers to make education relevant to today’s world by preparing students to succeed in the 21st century economy.

  • Africa Peace Service Corps (APSC)

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    APSC is a youth service network spanning Africa, that aims at igniting the sprit of volunteerism among youth and engaging them in innovative and creative ways through participation in their communities.

  • Global Peace Women (GPW) Kenya

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    GPW is a divison of GPF that advances women led initiatives which promote the extended family model and create an environment for peace to begin in the home.

  • Global Peace Development

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    This is a community-based development program that is committed to fostering family self-reliance in the communities in which it works.

  • Global Peace Youth (GPY) Kenya

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    GPY educates youth to become leaders with moral and innovative capacity by forming a movement of young leaders from all backgrounds working towards peace.

Fostering Interfaith Understanding and Collaboration

GPF Kenya's activities are guided by the fundamental principles and shared values that all humankind is One Family under God.

Strengthening Families

We recognize the significance of empowering women in their unique roles (as mothers, daughter and sisters) in the family. They have a natural gift to create an environment and experience of home and family.

Promoting a Culture of Service

GPF Kenya has committed its efforts in creating a culture of service by empowering youth whose idealism are consistently misdirected in materialistic and pleasure-centered pursuits.

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2016 International Peace Day Celebrations

04 October, 2016Posted In : Events , Global Peace Youth , News

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“ONUG” Campaign sets the pace to build community resilience against political tensions in Kenya

28 September, 2016Posted In : Events , Global Peace Youth , News

The violence that followed the 2007 elections threatened Kenya’s social, economic and political st READ MORE

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27 September, 2016Posted In : Uncategorised

Peace caravan unveiled ahead of 2017 polls READ MORE

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