The Peace Education Program is growing in Bouaké, Côte d’Ivoire’s second largest city, a place still scarred from its part in the outbreak of the 2002 rebellion that resulted in years of fighting and loss of life.
Bright Selikumah is a 14-year-old student at Otinibi Basic School who “has dazzled the staff and students” with his technical skills and inventions, according to a recent report in the Graphic Online, a local news outlet. The aptly named young man eats daily meals at the Food for People (FFP) facility, which he credits for helping fuel his success.
Jake Frankel, Executive Editor for The Prem Rawat Foundation, recently went to South Africa and logged the following report about the impact of the Peace Education Program in Soweto.
On October 8, Prem Rawat met with students who are participating in the Peace Education Program (PEP) at Taylor’s University in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Louise Roenn recently visited the Food For People (FFP) facility in Otinibi, Ghana, and meeting the children, teachers, and staff had a profound impact on her. Here is her personal account.
On October 10 Prem Rawat, Founder of The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF), was interviewed on the “Lite Breakfast Show” on LiteFM in Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia. Listen here.