UN Global Day of Parents 2013

Global Day of Parents Observed in Togo

Lome, Togo - A presentation on "True Families as the Solution to the World's Ills" marked the Global Day of Parents in Lome on June 1. It was presented by Rev. Henyon Kokou, national leader of the Family Federation for World Peace. He was introduced by Rev. Kagni S. Dieudonne, Secretary General of UPF-Togo.

A lieutenant colonel in the audience expressed appreciation for the message and a hope that it could be given to others in the military service.

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Global Day of Parents 2013 from Universal Peace Federation International

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