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Julia Lisi, Derrick Murekezi, Ian Manzi – Critical Thinking for P.E.A.C.E Youth Peace Camp

The Critical Thinking for P.E.A.C.E (CTP) Youth Peace Camp is a program which brings high school students across Rwanda together for a week-long program to learn in depth the history of Rwanda with a special focus on the 1994 genocide perpetrated against the Tutsi. During this period, workshops are taught by experienced teachers of Rwandan history, peace building, and conflict resolution skills and students also have the opportunity to interact with the various experts and researchers in a discussion setting. The purpose of these sessions is to empower students to define their place in their country and community’s narrative, cultivate [...]

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  • Troop 64669 planting their Giving Garden

Back to Basics

Finding solutions that impact the world, local communities, and us as individuals can initially seem crushingly overwhelming. However, TPP grantees prove that change begins with simply going back to the basics. They use the Earth’s natural resources to allow people to feed, nurture, and invest in their livelihood. They take teachable skills and turn them into full-fledged businesses to combat [...]

  • Sole Saburido - SOMOS SEMILLA. GROW-HARVEST-SHARE: SEEDS FOR EVERYONE

“Seeds Are the Foundation of Life”: Five Questions with Soledad Saburido Álvarez, founder of Somos Semilla Seed Library in Mexico

The first time we received the TPP grant in 2015, we carried out programming based as a Mobile Seed Library, and we were able to reach rural communities ... especially among groups of women who are running small community gardens. This was our most important jump to be recognized by our community, and we started to believe in our dream.

  • Selassie Tay

“It’s time to stop limiting women’s potential”: Selassie Tay takes on training women to be independent in Ghana

For Selassie, the sight of Grace’s dilapidated house and weary expression was not unfamiliar—as the son of a single mother and brother to two sisters, Selassie knew the heartbreak of this situation well. From his experience with his mother, he also sensed that, despite the bleakness of Grace’s situation, that she wanted—and was capable of—more.

  • Savannah Dodd facilitates a workshop on photography ethics for a small charity in rural southern Uganda. January 2018.

Collective Rising

TPP grantees always connect youth to the programs, projects and visions they hold for a better world. In order for change to last, we must provide [...]

  • Troop 64669 planting their Giving Garden

Back to Basics

Finding solutions that impact the world, local communities, and us as individuals can initially seem crushingly overwhelming. However, TPP grantees prove that change begins with simply going back to the basics. They use the Earth’s natural resources to allow people to feed, nurture, and invest in their livelihood. They take teachable skills and turn them into full-fledged businesses to combat [...]

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