Day of Peace Commemorated in Lusaka

October 15, 2012

Lusaka, Zambia - The International Day of Peace was observed by UPF-Zambia at the Peace Embassy in Lusaka on October 15. More than 30 people, including religious leaders, students, Ambassadors for Peace, and UPF staff gathered to commemorate the event.

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Zambian Ambassadors for Peace Comment on Draft Constitution

June 7, 2012

Lusaka, Zambia - UPF-Zambia Ambassadors for Peace held several discussions in early June 2012 at the Peace Embassy in Lusaka to brainstorm and prepare a response to the proposed Zambia constitution.

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Day of Families Observed in Lusaka

May 16, 2012

Lusaka, Zambia - An International Day of Families event took place at the Peace Embassy in Lusaka with more than 65 participants from different walks of life, including clergymen, teachers, students, Ambassadors for Peace, and married couples.

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M.N. Masheke: Africa, Which Way Forward?

March 7, 2012

I hasten to welcome my fellow participants and most distinguished dignitaries from abroad and our great country Zambia. I count it a singular honour and privilege in order to be part of you in this conference and to be one of the speakers on this topic: “Africa which way forward?”

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Interfaith Harmony Week Commemorated in Lusaka

February 4, 2012

Lusaka, Zambia - In accordance with the UN resolution to declare the first week of February as World Interfaith Harmony Week, UPF-Zambia held a one-day seminar on February 4 in Lusaka. The 50 participants included leaders of various faiths, students, NGO leaders, and Ambassadors for Peace.

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Offering Civic Education to Zambian Students

September 20, 2011

Lusaka, Zambia - UPF-Zambia offered civic education at the Evelyn Hone College of Applied Arts and Commerce in Lusaka Sept. 12-14, 2011, encouraging responsible conduct during and after the Sept. 20 elections.

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Day of Families Observed in Lusaka

May 14, 2011

Lusaka, Zambia - UPF-Zambia observed the UN International Day of Families on May 14 in Lusaka, the capital city of Zambia. The event took place in the hall of the Peace Embassy Building. The celebration gathered about 35 people from different fields: Ambassadors for Peace, teachers, students, clergymen, business people, couples, and members of UPF-Zambia.

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Scholarship Appeal for Students in Bangladesh and Zambia

December 29, 2010

New York, USA - Help change the life of a child by giving to the Supporting Success Scholarship Fund, which helps gifted students from poverty-stricken families in Bangladesh and Zambia continue their education.

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Clergy Leadership Conferences Held in Lusaka

November 25, 2010

Lusaka, Zambia - UPF-Zambia held a one-day seminar each month in 2010 for church leaders on “The Challenges of the Church in 21st Century.”

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International Ambassadors for Peace Visit Zambia

October 22, 2010

Lusaka, Zambia - Ambassadors for Peace welcomed a visiting delegation from United Kingdom, Scotland, Japan, Sweden, and Uganda to the Peace Embassy on October 22 to share insights into the work of Ambassadors for Peace in various parts of the world.

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Day of Peace in Lusaka, Zambia

September 21, 2010

Lusaka, Zambia - UPF-Zambia observed the UN International Day of Peace, September 21, with prayers for peace, reading peace messages, and offering a toast for peace.

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Day of Families Celebrated in Zambia

May 20, 2010

Lusaka, Zambia - UPF Zambia Chapter celebrated the UN International Day of Families on May 20. The event took place in the Peace Embassy Building. The celebration gathered people from different backgrounds, including teachers, members of the clergy, students, business people, and members of UPF-Zambia.

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Seminars for Zambian Ambassadors for Peace

April 29, 2010

Lusaka, Zambia - An officer of the government's Anti-Corruption Commission addressed an Ambassadors for Peace seminar on good governance April 24, 2010.

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Zambia Peace Council Holds a Special Consultation

April 9, 2010

Lusaka, Zambia - Eleven members of the Peace Council of UPF-Zambia took part in a Special Consultation April 9, 2010, at the Peace Embassy to develop a strategic plan to educate Ambassadors for Peace.

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Ambassadors for Peace Seminar in Lusaka

March 24, 2010

Lusaka, Zambia - Sixty-five people attended an Ambassadors for Peace Seminar on March 24 at the Peace Embassy. In his opening speech, the chairman of UPF-Zambia focused on the mission and the role of UPF and invited participants to listen deeply and discuss issues freely.

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Supporting Success Scholarship Appeal in Zambia and Bangladesh

November 17, 2009

The Supporting Success Scholarship Fund is soliciting help for gifted students from poverty-stricken families in Bangladesh and Zambia through GlobalGiving.com’s "Give More – Get More Challenge."

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M.N. Masheke: Building a World of Peace - One Family under God

June 2, 2009

We have to go beyond our limited consciousness and bring God’s love onto our families, then stretch out our hand and heart to the east and west, north and south to help and educate one another, making the world into a better place for all of us, as One Family Under God.

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Peace Tour in Zambia Includes a Market Clean up

April 11, 2009

Lusaka, Zambia - The UPF Global Peace Tour in Zambia, April 9-11, 2009, featured a market clean-up, International Leadership Conference and festival.

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Scholarships for Students in Bangladesh, Zambia

April 2, 2009

Bangladesh, Zambia - International Relief Friendship Foundation chapters in Zambia and Bangladesh held ceremonies in early 2009 to present scholarships to students at schools they support.

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M.N. Masheke: Critical Issues Facing Africa

January 30, 2009

Poverty is a scourge or a curse that has engulfed the entire continent of Africa. The majority of our people wallow in abject poverty and are craving for help. Chaos and confusion reign supreme on the African continent. The levels poverty has assumed have reached alarming proportions and dimensions.

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