It’s Working–Well Mechanics Restore Water Systems And Earn A Living

In 2011, TPRF agreed to match funds for an ambitious initiative organized by The Adventure Project to raise funds during the week of World Water Day (March 22) to repair broken water wells in northern India.  137 bloggers participating around the world helped make the...
Peace Education Program (PEP) Undergoes Rapid Expansion (Part II)

Peace Education Program (PEP) Undergoes Rapid Expansion (Part II)

Sherry Weinstein has been TPRF’s Manager of the Peace Education Program for the past two years. In last week’s post, we explored the dynamic expansion of the PEP program in 2012. In part two of this update, Sherry provides a detailed look at new programs...
Peace Education Program (PEP) Undergoes Rapid Expansion (Part I)

Peace Education Program (PEP) Undergoes Rapid Expansion (Part I)

Sherry Weinstein has been TPRF’s Manager of the Peace Education Program for the past two years. In this two-part report, Sherry brings us up to date on the dramatic expansion of the program during 2012 and the TPRF plan for continued growth in 2013. What do some...
Experience of a Lifetime

Experience of a Lifetime

On Friday, November 16, 2012, Prem Rawat addressed the inmates at Zonderwater Maximum Security Correctional Facility in South Africa. The event had a powerful effect on the inmates, who were keen to express their appreciation. Please Note: Photos from Zonderwater...
A Glorious Day in Ghana (Part I)

A Glorious Day in Ghana (Part I)

Linda Pascotto reports on Prem Rawat’s recent visit to Food for People, Otinibi. Some Background: “You’re going where for Thanksgiving?” “Ghana?” “You mean Africa?” “Can’t you leave after Thanksgiving?” “Can’t you go just a few days later?” The...