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Mission is :Fight against violence and the protecttion of human rights Goal : - to act for peace, reconciliation and pacific coexistence of tribes and people by fighting against violence - to promote the people's welfare by education, health and nature preservation programs - to fight against people's poverty by sustaining income generation activities - to promote and intensify the women participation in the development and support children rights
Jul 7, 2015

School construction (5)

Success, Joy ! These words have characterized the school year 2014-2015 that just ended to Glenn Paige School Nonkilling this July 2,  2015.

The facts  speak for themselves :

- About 225 students who completed the year, 207 were successful and go to the next class (for a success rate of 92%).

- Teachers went on vacation encouraged and happy to have been paid their salaries from previous years ($ 2,000). Here, we greatly appreciate Global Giving for facilitating this successful operation.

Evidenced that said  Msambya , Headmaster , "Tunapenda kweli Global Giving  kwa kazi Nzuri inayotendea  wakaazi  Kazimia" a  Kiswahili sentence that means in English  "We really like Global Giving for the good work  it does to Kazimia Community "

The school year closing ceremony happened in a cheerful and friendly atmosphere between teachers, parents, students , various spectators and ended with a visit to the construction site.

- We note with satisfaction the resumption of the construction of our new building  after a time of shortage of cement in the region. Work is progressing well and construction materials are stored.

We thank our donors for allowing us to build this school dedicated to peace. Pionneering  Nonkillig course taught  at school make a difference.

We will be proud receive suggestion to Improve the quality of our work. Thank you to all.

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Jul 7, 2015

First steps towards the profitability of our boat

Our Boat Business project under the name "Making profitable the boat of Glenn Paige School" is progressing well. The boat  that remains the only self-financing of the School to meet the  needs of the school (Salaries of employees, the welfare of children and the normal functioning of the School) is an essential part of the existence of the school.

This project that aims the efficiency and profitability of the boat receive various supports worldwide. This has already allowed us to buy 20 life vests and have 500 liters of petrol reserves.

A part of donations is kept in order to complete purchase the new engine 75 horsepower.

What made Mayembe, captain of the boat,tell  "Ah!  Ni muhimu kuwa na  maboya  na essence kwa kutembea vizuri  kwa ajili ya usalama baharini" Kiswahili sentence that  means in English “Ah ! it’s good to have the live vests and  petrol reserve to navigate safely”

Furthermore, our boat anchored for two weeks at the small port of Ujiji, Kigoma (Tanzania) where it expects the package to bring in DR Congo.

We sincerely thank our different donors  through the world who support our school in the profitability of the boat.

Is there any idea, suggestion that can help to Improve our activities? If Yes, we will kindly accept it! Thank you !

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Apr 7, 2015

School construction (4)

In the third quarter of the school year, classes are going well at the Glenn Paige Nonkilling School in Kazimia, Fizi. The region is experiencing a lull after a very bloody confrontation between Governmental forces and Rebel combatants at Misisi (40 km from Kazimia) where dozens of people were killed. Displaced persons continue to take refuge at Kazimia where their children are regularly enrolled in the school.


What has been told with humor by Justine Kashindi (Teacher of the 4th form) "Babo barwanyi bachwe isoma mahikecho y'isa rwana wetu balee bita". This Kibembe sentence means in English "These combatants should come to study the course of nonviolence to our school to give up with war option."


The completion of the walls ahead slowly for lack of cements. The supply is difficult and prices have doubled in the parallel market. But we continue to purchase and store other construction materials including bricks, planks, sheets and nails.


We sincerely thank our donors worldwide for their donations. We greatly appreciate their generosity: some contribute to the construction of new buildings; others add a self-financing option to the School. It is in this latter context, a donor has offered us a boat of 32 tons for the transportation of goods and people across Lake Tanganyika.
The boat is currently using a low power motor (55 horses power). What makes it slow. We plan reinforce the boat's ability to sail well. We hope that our Friends will support us in this wonderful initiative "Boat Business".


We will be proud to receive suggestions to improve the quality of our work. Thank you to all.

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