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Service Programs

To cultivate the spirit of one family under God, UPF offers disaster relief and organizes service projects such as caring for public spaces, supporting access to education, promoting good health, and providing medical supplies.

Bangkok, Thailand - Thailand is facing its worst flooding in over 50 years with the water levels as high as three meters (ten feet) in certain parts of the country. It has claimed the lives of over 500 people so far, and hundreds of thousands of people are homeless.

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Sydney, Australia - UPF-Australia hosted the seventh annual Living for Others Award event on November 12. There was a full house of 120 attendees in the main hall of the Oceania Peace Embassy in Sydney.

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Novosibirsk, Russia - UPF-Siberia, together with Women’s Initiative Creative Association cleaned windows for the elderly as part of the "Clean Windows - Clean Hearts" campaign Nov. 4, 2011.

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Bratislava, Slovakia - An "Evening of Solidarity" on Oct. 18, 2011, at the Zichy Palace in Bratislava featured presentations about charitable projects to aid victims of the tsunami in Japan and a school in Kenya.

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London, UK - An October 14 event in the House of Lords called attention to the plight of the street children in Ulaan Baatar, the capital of Mongolia, during the winter.

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Gangtok, Sikkim, India - A team from the Universal Peace Federation of Sikkim led by its President Shri G. M. Gurung donated US$ 2620.00 to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund to aid victims of the September 18 earthquake.

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Sydney, Australia - As part of the Community Connections project, a community-capacity building workshop on September 10 featured guest presenter Jonathan Duffy, CEO of the Adventist Development and Relief Agency in Australia.

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Geneva, Switzerland - Soprano soloist Seiko Lee gave a concert on August 31 to raise funds for humanitarian relief in Haiti at the Temple de la Servette in Geneva. Rev. William McComish, pastor of the church, introduced the event, and Dr. Alexandre, representing Haiti's Ambassador to the UN offices in Geneva, gave welcoming remarks.

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Almaty, Kazakhstan - In cooperation with the African Union in Kazakhstan, UPF showed a film in Almaty about humanitarian work in Africa and Kazakhstan on World Humanitarian Day, Aug. 20, 2011.

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Johannesburg, South Africa - August is Women's month in South Africa and on August 9, the Women's Federation for World Peace, in partnership with the Family Federation for World Peace, undertook an educational and cleaning campaign in Alexandra. Alexandra is a township on the outskirts of Johannesburg and it was recently in the news for being infested with rats.

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Slyudyanka, Russia - Volunteers built a pedestrian bridge and explored the beauties of the coast of Lake Baikal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, July 9-22, 2011.

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Slyudyanka, Russia - On the southern tip of Lake Baikal, a volunteer forum and environmental service projects from June 26 to July 3, 2011, drew attention to ways volunteers can enhance the attraction of this UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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