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Peace Education

Peace Road Program in Cameroon

Cameroon-2019-08-18-Peace Road is Honored in Cameroon

Yaoundé, Cameroon—Representatives of Youth and Students for Peace and the Cameroon chapter of the Family Federation for World Peace and Unification joined together for a Peace Road activity at the field of the Cite Verte High School. Over fifty enthusiastic participants marched under the banner of "Connecting the World Through Peace."

All agreed that the experience had been valuable and were filled with a spirit of optimism.

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