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In Tanzania’s cities of Dar es Salaam, Unguja, and Pemba a series of trainings organized by the Global Network of Religions for Children (GNRC) Africa, brought together over a hundred schoolchildren, youth peace club members and their patrons aiming at equipping them to understand, practice and learn how to live together using the Learning to Live Together (LTLT) toolkit.

The day of prayer and action for children was celebrated in Mogadishu on November 20, 2011. The celebrations were organized by the Somali Youth Development Network (SOYDEN) in collaboration with …

The African Council of Religious leaders —Religions for Peace(ACRL—RfP) in conjunction with the Ethiopian Interfaith Forum for Dialogue Development and Action (EIFDDA) and GNRC Africa …

The celebration the World Day of Prayer and Action for Children in Mandera was organized by the Student Peace Club Union in Mandera.  Activities included working with primary, and seconda…

With the theme “Stop Violence against Children”, on 20th November over 2000 children gathered in prayer and action to advocate the Rights of the Child to the public through music, drama an…

  1. World Day of Prayer and Action marked by youth and children in Durban, South Africa

    At the sidelines of the COP17 meeting in Durban, young people who embarked on an inaugural Journey from Kenya to South Africa, and children from St. Francis School in Durban, South Africa mark…

  2. Somalia celebrates the World Day of Prayer and Action for Children in 2011

    The African Council of Religious Leaders — Religions for Peace (ACRL—RfP ) and the Global Network of Religions for Children (GNRC Africa) under the project “Dignifying Childh…

  3. Liberia celebrates the World Day of Prayer and Action for Children in 2011

    The Liberian Council of Churches in collaboration with the African Council of Religious Leaders — Religions for Peace (ACRL—RfP ) and the Global Network of Religions for Childr…

  4. Kenya celebrates World Day of Prayer and Action for Children in 2011

    The African Council of Religious Leaders — Religions for Peace (ACRL—RfP) and the Global Network of Religions for Children (GNRC Africa)) under the project “ Dignify…

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