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Global Peace Foundation Kenya is a chapter of the Global Peace Foundation (GPF), an international, non-sectarian, non-partisan organization that promotes an innovative values-based approach to peace building guided by the vision that all humankind belong to one family. In Kenya, GPF advances models of sustainable peace and development through innovative partnerships with stakeholders across the world united by a commitment to universal principles and shared values as the foundation for ethical and cohesive societies.

Our Programs

Global Peace Education

Through the “Education Division” Global Peace Foundation Kenya collaborates with educators and change-makers around the world, from the grass roots and national levels to make education relevant to today’s world by preparing students to succeed in the 21st century economy.

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Global Peace Development

This is a community-based development program that is committed to fostering family self-reliance in the communities in which it works. GPD’s work promote education, health, economic development and security.

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Global Peace Youth

Sustainable development in Kenya requires equality of opportunity, youth empowerment and peaceful coexistence among the Kenyan people. GPY educates young people to become future leaders with both moral and innovative capacity.

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Global Peace Women

Through the Global Peace Women division, GPF Kenya advances its vision through women led initiatives that promote the extended family model and create an environment for peace to begin in the home.
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Africa Peace Service Corps

pic-1Africa Peace Service Corps (APSC) is a youth service network spanning Africa, uniting youth, organizations, government agencies, private sector and multilateral partners in action on health, education, environment, entrepreneurship, conflict prevention and resolution as well as youth engagement across ethnic secreatarian and political borders.

Environment Service Track

The Environmental Track addresses climate change with focus on reforestation and waste waste management. The track is implementing a community cooker project in Kariobangi aimed at promoting sustainable waste management by adopting a waste to energy technology. It focuses on instilling entrepreneurship culture among the youth to improve livelihoods of at least 1,000 households in the Kariobangi slums.

Implemented through a social enterprise approach, the project advances the principles of sustainable development Goals (SDGs) including the use of combustible waste to generate energy for cooking which reduces negative impacts on forests, cleans immediate environments, provides safe and clean cooking conditions for households while empowering youth with skills and sources of income to reduce the high unemployment rates.

Meet the Team

Daniel Juma

Daniel Juma

Vincent Rapando

Vincent Rapando

Esther Kimotho

Esther Kimotho

Arthur Wasonga

Arthur Wasonga

Misco Mungai

Misco Mungai

Caroline Amollo

Caroline Amollo