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- Leisure and Recreation Association of South Africa (LARASA) 2013 Congress in Durban South Africa
- Janam Pathways To Peace Pilot Study Report Launch
- Congratulations JPB Nakuru Chapter on the occasion of their Launch on Saturday 4th August 2012!
- Congratulations to JPB Alumni Nakuru Group.
- Rest In Peace Mama Mary Onyango.
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Dear Friends, in less than two weeks (September 15th. 2013) the LARASA Congress will commence in Durban South Africa and we have been confirmed to present Janam Peace Building Foundation-Pathways To Peace Pilot project work at the Congress. Please log … Continue reading
Janam Peace Building Foundation in collaboration with Wildlife Clubs of Kenya will launch the “Pathways To Peace” pilot report by our external Monitoring and Evaluation partners, Behaviour Change Consult at Nairobi National Museum, on November 29th 2012, starting from 6 … Continue reading
We wish to congratulate JPB graduates Hosea, Marion and Eliza on the occasion of the launch of their newly found Conservation and Peace Building organisation. We also want to thank the office of Senior Warden Lake Nakuru National Park for … Continue reading
We would like to give a thumps up to the new JPB alumni Nakuru group under registration. Thanks to Pathways To Peace graduates; Hoseah, Marion and Eliza who have taken the lead role to bring not only our former graduates … Continue reading
Dear Friends! Today we join all the other Peace loving Kenyans and Friends of Kenya a cross the globe in celebrating the life of Mama Mary Onyango who was until her passing on today the Deputy Chair of the Kenya … Continue reading
THE PEOPLES CONFERENCE: Kenya National Diversity, Ethnicity and Race Conference at KICC Nairobi 12th – 13th March 2012
Dear Friends! I just returned back to Naro-Moru this evening from attending the 2-day National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) Conference (The Peoples Conference) whose aim was to discuss the New "Kenya Ethnic and Race Relations Policy". During the closing … Continue reading
We want to thank all the schools that released WCK student leaders and patrons who are graduates of our Pathways To Peace Pilot Study Project to participate in the final evaluation conducted by Behaviour Change Consult last weekend at the … Continue reading