On May 2nd 2018, the Honourable Minister Japhen Mwakalombe, and local MP, came to Shiyala village for the official inauguration of the primary school, built by Mothers of Africa.
In the above photo, Mr Mwakalombe took time to give special thanks to the six volunteer Shiyala teachers and encouraging each one to complete their qualifications in order to move forward in their careers. Also pictured are: Professor Judith Hall, founder of Mothers of Africa; Dr Job Mwanza, MoA Zambian partner, and Chongwe District Medical Officer; and Paul Crompton, official MoA photographer.[...]
This week Peace and Sport participated in SportAccord Convention 2018 and the Alliance of Independent recognized Members of Sport (AIMS) Sport Festival: United Through Sports 2018 Bangkok Festival. Over the five days of conferences, meetings and exhibition, Peace and Sport has been on the ground encouraging the leading names in International Federations from across the world to use sport as a tool for social development and inclusion.
President of International Federations and participants have been visiting Peace and Sport booth, posing for images with #WhiteCards spreading the mess[...]
The 2018 online #WhiteCard campaign reached new heights on the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace, April6, with more than 90 million people reached on social media* since it was launched on 20 March.
This year, the #WhiteCard worldwide digital campaign, created by Peace and Sport to promote the positive and constructive values of sportn attracted a vast and varied following on social networks. The sports movement has largely mobilized around the #WhiteCard with the National Olympic Committees of Venezuela, Estonia and India, the Union Cycliste Internat[...]
Peace and Sport – the politically-neutral organization which promotes sport as a tool for peace – was at Za’atari refugee camp in Jordan to celebrate “APRIL6”, the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace. In association with the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and the Jordanian National Olympic Committee (NOC), Peace and Sport organized many sports and cultural activities for young refugees.
On Friday April 6, Peace and Sport brought together 150 young refugees in the Za’atari camp in Jordan to celebrate the International Day of Sport[...]