Africa

Being There

Ngo Banfogha doesn’t like the term partners when talking about MasterPeace. He prefers the term friends. As the leader of MasterPeace Cameroon, working closely with friends within our community, Ngo ushered in campaigns and projects in his country that give hope and possibilities for the present and future.
Today on the podcast we will hear from both Ngo and Creative Resource Mobilizer Maryam Hayyan on the subject of taking a club to that next level; increasing the capacity and impact of an organization. Tune in to hear all about it.

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Change is Personal

Meet El Mehdi, who is blazing the trail for a new generation of leaders in Morocco. ElMehdi is one of MasterPeace’s club pioneers in Africa. As a founding member of both MasterPeace Morocco and the African Youth Leadership Summit (AYLS), he has been connecting and inspiring young people on a national and international scale since …

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Masterpeace Sudan colorful Peace Day celebration

Masterpeace Sudan colorful Peace Day celebration Each year the International Day of Peace is observed around the world on 21 September. The UN General Assembly has declared this as a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, through observing 24 hours of non-violence and cease-fire. Masterpeace Sudan in collaboration with the United Nations Population …

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Enhance Your Skills, Broaden Your Horizons: The Joint-Transformation Program

by Dorothée Meijer MasterPeace Morocco in collaboration with Tandem 360 and the Fadilia Foundation (Egypt) organized a week-long bootcamp in Agadir from October 1st till October 7th, 2021. The bootcamp focused on soft skills training for young people, particularly those getting ready to embark on their professional journeys; preparing them for life, work, and life-long …

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Every Child Matter! Celebrating the International Day of Children in Ghana

MasterPeace club Ghana together with the Dreamshapers Foundation celebrated the day of the African Child focusing on the quality of education and Ghanaian culture. The celebrations took place on the 19th of June with over 350 participants. Through the massacre which occurred in Soweto, South Africa in 1976 when over 700 children lost their lives …

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