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In March WFWP USA received a thank you letter and some wonderful photos from the Director of the Jamoo Training Center in Senegal, Mrs. Veronique Diop. We would like to share it with our readers. Through the donations that WFWP USA sent to Senegal, the school is beginning construction of a new building to expand the reach of the education offered. The goal of the school is to help women become financially independent and productive members of society. Here are some photos of the work they are doing there in Senegal at the Jamoo Training Center in Dakar.The Schools of Africa Project is making a real difference in the lives of the women and children of Africa. Thank you all for your generous contributions that…
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All women, especially mothers, want the best for our children. With the continued vision of WFWP founder Dr. Hak Ja Han Moon, WFWP USA Schools of Africa Project is dedicated to developing curriculums in our eight schools designed for the advancement of girls and boys facing disparities in health, housing, education, and empowerment. That said, Women’s Federation for World Peace International pulled all the stops to celebrate this year’s annual CSW (Commission of the Status of Women), in a special way. The CSW61 took on an even more important meaning for WFWPI because first we celebrated our 25th Anniversary of existence; and second, we celebrated having the General Consultative Status as an NGO at the UN for 20 years, which is a great achievement for…
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On November 26, 2016, WFWP Michigan organized its first fundraiser for the Schools of Africa. About 30 people gathered to support the Schools of Africa project.After the welcome remarks and presentation of the core values and activities of the Women’s Federation by Donnette Konan, the event was animated by a lot of African songs and dances (as it is a tradition in Africa).The event was also animated by the personal testimonies of the guest speakers from different African countries. They, in their testimonies, created in the guests a strong connection to the ultimate purpose of the donation--which is to eradicate poverty and suffering in the world. Enjoying African foodsMrs. Uretha emphasized the difficulties she, herself, faced as she was growing up in Liberia. She spoke…
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Have you recently attended a WFWP USA Schools of Africa benefit? Perhaps you’ve joined one of our local chapters in an evening of music, food, and stories from Africa. Perhaps you were even moved to donate to this worthy cause. This year, your donations went toward a total of $5,000 which was sent to the New Hope Technical Institute in Kigali, Rwanda. The money went toward much needed equipment and materials for the school’s courses in culinary arts and dressmaking. The school was also able to purchase several fire extinguishers and fans for the classrooms.The New Hope Technical Institute currently has 117 students, 41 students enrolled in culinary arts, 38 in dressmaking, and 38 pursuing hairdressing/beautician courses. Many of these students also face economic hardships,…
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For the third year the Westchester Chapter of WFWP was again blessed to hold our annual Schools of Africa Fundraiser right beside the beautiful Hudson River, in the lovely Eileen Fisher Hall in Irvington, NY. We are grateful for the generosity of Eileen Fisher, a very distinguished fashion designer, and her Fortune 500 company for allowing us the use of her venue.Our warm and welcoming emcee, Ms. Grace Ross, opened the program by introducing the Belvedere Family Church Choir. Accompanied by pianist, Dr. Rumiko Isaacson, the choir performed “Silent Night ” in perfect harmony, followed by a lively version of “Go Tell it on the Mountain.”Mrs. Renate Sato, WFWP Westchester Chairwomen, described the many facets of WFWP and showed a video of WFWP in action.…
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WFWP San Francisco Bay Area Chapter held its 14th annual Benefit for the Schools of Africa on October 29th at the Bay Area Family Church. More than 50 people gathered to celebrate and support the schools located in eight nations in Africa.The program included a performance of the “Waka Waka” Dance by some young supporters as well as wonderful African music performed by Pope Flyne, a master drummer, keyboardist, and composer from Ghana. Mr. Flyne had everyone singing and tapping hands and feet to his fantastic African rhythms.Mrs. Folarinda Harrison, a retired teacher, educator and author who is originally from Ghana, was our main speaker. She spoke about the importance of education in Africa and especially the importance of educating girls. She emphasized that when…
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As a first time participant at the WFWP Assembly, I was amazed at how the whole assembly went – from the Bridge of Peace to the Schools of Africa Gala. To see all these women come together and support each other really brightened my heart. It was a lovely weekend indeed.The gala was full of heart-warming testimonies, wonderful video presentations, and amazing performances. But what really touched my heart were the young people from the GO (God’s Own), program in New Jersey. As part of their service work that they do within the program, they decided to create handmade Christmas cards and sell them as part of a fundraiser to foster children in Cambodia and pay for their schooling for a year. And what was…
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On Saturday, November 5, women from a variety of churches gathered for our second annual Schools of Africa Fundraiser. The program was sponsored by the Women's Federation for World Peace and was held at the Metro Detroit Family Church. There was entertainment of lively African dancing and singing; there were moving testimonies and videos. There was a potluck meal featuring dishes from various African nations and from countries around the world. Participants from Africa wore their brightly colored African dress, and the room was decorated with crafts and artwork from several African nations.A highlight of the program this year was watching the videos from the schools in Africa that have been helped through the donations sent by WFWP USA. Last year we knew we were…
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December 1st, 2016
Around 40 people graced the halls of the Denver Family Church where the WFWP Denver Chapter held its annual fundraiser for the Schools of Africa. Ms. Justine Daboni and Ms. Shirley Chimes, both dressed in African clothing, emceed the event together. To start off, Justine welcomed everyone and a rousing song was sung. Shirley testified about Father and Mother Moon and presented on the New Hope Technical Institute in Kigali, Rwanda.Everyone was invited to partake in a sumptuous luncheon that consisted of fried plantains, meat pies, fish pies, fried rice, mixed veggie salad, seasonal fruit and other delectables. The tables were decorated in blue, green and yellow, reflecting the colors of the Rwandan flag. African cloths decorated the walls.One of the highlights of the program…
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Perhaps you are wondering how Schools of Africa funds are used? When WFWP USA receives the funds that are raised for the WFWP Schools in Africa, the money is pooled together. As managers of the Schools of Africa Project, WFWP Japan then advises where the funds are needed most. WFWP USA recently received a very warm thank you letter and photos from Mrs Akiko Hazan letting us know how the recent grant was used in Mozambique.The Sun of Mozambique Secondary School was founded in March of 1995 and, as of 2013, had 8,159 graduates. The Sun of Mozambique School has earned their reputation as a school with high quality education at a low price, which provides low income students with needed educational opportunities. The Ministry…
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