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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
Apr 4, 2016

Steps towards the profitability of our boat (3)

The boat “Mleci -Center for Global Nonkilling”,  property of Glenn Paige Nonkilling School  is unique on Lake Tanganyika :

- This is the only boat owned  to school   wich  makes  school possible. Indeed it pays all the costs of the school.

- The boat carries two obvious badges: Flag of the DR Congo and a sign of nonkilling. This last  badge reminds all people of the region to renounce killing. It also reminds them many seminars that we organized in Burundi, DR Congo, Rwanda and Tanzania to become center s of nonkilling.

This boat, for peace and nonviolence, is used to radiate a school for the future leadership of nonviolence in the region. It is a noble mission.

At present, the amount is increasing for us to equip the boat with a motor (75 hp) more powerful and efficient in navigation.

Here, we thank particularly Manlius Pebble Hill School which chose our school as a subject of charity for this year's  in Boat part. We are grateful to his Team of fundraising that initiates good deeds in our favor.

The headmaster  of School said  " Réellement  l’Ecole Manlius Pebble Hill School sert la cause   de non meurtre en rentabilisant notre Ecole”. This french sentence means  “Really, Manlius Pebble  Hill School serves the cause of nonkilling by agreeing to act for the profitability of our School"

We also thank all our donors who work for global nonkilling, for their unconditional support to our pioneering school in the African Great Lakes Region.

Dear beloved suggestions are appreciated.

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Apr 4, 2016

School construction (7)

Since the old times  of  the dawn of humanity until this 21st century of  advances of technology , the simplest and most important challenge of  the world is how men can live in peace without killing each other.

Wars, assassinations,  terrorist attacks are sowing terror.

This issue is of particular emphasis in the African Great Lakes Region (Burundi, DR Congo and Rwanda) where these countries suffer repetitive cycles of violence. The last three decades the region has experienced  with more than 7 million killed with a peak of genocide in Rwanda in 1994.

In response to this concern of humanity , Glenn Paige Nonkilling School was created to teach  from early age a new spirit of nonkilling through the children who experienced the horrors of war.

Since 2006, more than 2,000 children received education directed towards the nonkilling.  This pioneering  nonkilling school is  the seed of nonkilling across the region and Africa.

The study conditions are improving and certainly the new buildings under construction (currently finishing the walls) will sustain this course and will survive us.

 A member of the Parents Committee of the School  said "Watu  wote wangalipenda nonkilling  na Kutuma watoto hapa wote  ku Masomo , tungekuwa na amani '. This kiswahili sentence means ‘If everyone could join in nonkilling and send  his children to our school, we will live in peace’.

Our donors, our future donors, Center for Global Nonkilling Organisation,  GlobalGiving Foundation are proud to prepare a way for a better world without killings and make possible an African Great Lakes free of  killings.

Your  names will be forever etched on the walls of Glenn Paige Nonkilling School. History will record   your nobles achievements . You  dare !

Wonderful ! Congratulations !

Thank you  our nonkilling colleagues   for  suggestions to improve our work.

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Jan 4, 2016

Happy New Year 2016

Little girls and boys of Glenn Paige Nonkilling School are now in holidays season after a successful quarter in which the success rate is estimated at 91%.
The 5th class was reopened in October after claims of local people and following the improvement in financial conditions of the school. Note that this class had been closed (2013 - 2015) because of financial difficulties related to the salaries of teachers.
In this regard, the Headmaster Msambya said : “ Nous devons compléter le cycle primaire l’année prochaine et entamer le cycle secondaire pour approfondir le cours de non-violence que nous enseignons” ; french sentence that means "We need to complete the primary school next year and begin secondary school to further the course of nonviolence that we teach".

About construction, the advance by storing different materials seen significant devastating tropical rains that batter our region.
We are proud that our school remains a haven of peace, a non-violence and knowledge place in our area where various debates and events related to hypothetical keep coming elections.

At the end of 2015, we want to thank our donors who supported and trusted us for 4 years. Our thanks also go to Global Giving Foundation to home our project and that nothing could be done without him.
We have not enough words to express our gratitude and recognition. To all, we wish a happy 2016, full of success, joy, peace, and health.

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