|Project||Global PeaceMakers Ghana, Summer 2012|
|Deadline To Apply||16 June, 2012|
|Begin Date||28 July, 2012|
|End Date||11 August, 2012|
|Contact Person||Janna Gullery|
In this Global PeaceMakers program, volunteers from Ghana, the US, Sierra Leone, Europe, and Cote d'Ivoire and more will collaborate with local community members to initiate a community poultry farm. Service For Peace has been working in the partner Community of Peace of Assin Manso for over a year.
Global PeaceMakers projects bring together young adults from nations throughout the world and the world in an effort to offer models for intercultural cooperation through service.
The GPM is a service-learning project with a special focus on building personal leadership and peacemaking skills through service. Also woven into the schedule is time to see and experience the local culture and beautiful landscapes of Ghana--a fascinating culture that is sure to leave a mark on your heart.
Join us for a transformational experience in peacemaking, with participants from different cultures and traditions coming together as one family.
Want to know more? Contact Janna at email@example.com for more info!
- Jean teaches new friend to play
Jean teaches new friend to play
While she teaches him another game during the Global PeaceMakers in Ivory Coast & Ghana, 2010
- Volunteers Soon-Jung, Kaori, and Anna say goodbye
Volunteers Soon-Jung, Kaori, and Anna say goodbye
But not before a big celebration in Ivory Coast, 2010
- Who says volunteering can't be fun?
Who says volunteering can't be fun?
Kids in our Community of Peace of Ekumfi Ekotsi, Ghana are all smiles in with volunteer Celetin from Benin in 2008.
- New Kindergarten Classroom
New Kindergarten Classroom
Volunteers from Benin, Cameroon, Ghana, Ivory Coast, and Guinea are mid-way through constructing a new Kindergarten Classroom during a Global PeaceMakers in West Africa.
- InterAfrican volunteers come together for community development
InterAfrican volunteers come together for community development
Volunteers Estelle (Ivory Coast) and Annick (Cameroon) tag-team to further construction on a new project in a Global PeaceMakers, 2009.