WE MAKE PEACE are very excited to announce that teachers in Uganda will be teaching WE MAKE PEACE programs in schools and regions around Kampala.

Peace education is a strong way to move forward and build faith and stability in regions effected by the violence and brutality of war.

“I have been looking at the summary content of the We Make Peace curriculum and surely, this is what we need in schools and communities now. In northern Uganda for example where we have had rebels and war for over 2 decades, the guns are silent now and people have moved from camps back to their homes and children with such war experince are back to school. I think the We Make Peace Materials are very relevant and even other schools would love it.”  Walubo Jude Tadeo, Teacher, Kampala, Uganda, East Africa



About wemakepeace

Founder of WE MAKE PEACE Danish born, poet, peace activist and reiki healer. Passionate about life and how we can make the world a better place. Peace begins with you, with each of us finding peace within and taking responsibility for our thoughts, words and actions. Peace is a choice we make in every moment. WE MAKE PEACE. Together we have the power to create a wonderful world based on values of love, equality, respect and freedom for all.
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2 Responses to UGANDA PROJECTS

  1. Am a teacher in Uganda and really am a peace love and stongly belive in teaching peace to the young generation.

  2. great our country need more peace makers and peace lovers inorder for us to move forward.Our past has really been a bad on.Let us empower the teachers to help and teach peace in our schools.Thanks alot for coming to uganda and aiming at the young generation.

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