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Uganda: Understanding Leadership Towards Environmental Changes in Building World Peace

UGANDA – On March 5th, 2016 we held a CARP conference at the Peace Embassy Uganda under the theme “Understanding Leadership Towards Environmental Changes in Building World Peace”
 
We had representatives from the University council (Kampala university =3, Makerere university = 3, Institute of fisheries = 2, Community= 10 , Total = 18)
 
Our aim was to create a foundation for launching CARP chapters in those universities.
We played the documentary on the ” Sunhak peace prize winner awards”. Then Prof. A.B.T. Byaruhanga Akiiki  the Deputy vice chancellor of Kampala university ( CARP Patron) gave the keynote address based on the International president’s recent ILC address, followed by an environmental presentation (Dangers of green house gas emission) by the education director of Uganda, Mr. Gwaku David.
 
The students were inspired by the documentary, keynote address and the presentation on climate changes in Uganda.
 
After these presentations, the CARP President Mr. Mukasa Paul led a group discussion for the way forward.
The participants asked to hold subsequent seminars in their universities where they will mobilize students including those who are not in leadership positions. They plan to host them in about two weeks time.
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There was also some entertainment by Anrew wasswa  who sang “Arirang”, leaving everyone captivated. 
 
Three projects came up from the discussion: micro-gardening, Verma culture and fish farming. Some of these projects are to be started in two weeks time. 
 
All the participants were happy and it was overall a successful conference. 
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Philippines, Los Banos: “Care, Cleanliness, Peace”

On February 27, 2016, World CARP (WCARP) University of the Philippines Los Banos Chapter organized an outreach program for 40 children living in less developed areas in Timugan, Los Banos, Laguna, Philippines. The theme was “Kalinga, Kalinisan, Kapayapaan” (“Care, Cleanliness, Peace”).

 
There was a story-telling session on Joseph the Dreamer and God’s faithfulness in His promises to us, His children. There were also many interactive games and fun activities educating the children about cleanliness in the community and personal hygiene, which is an important and pressing topic for the community. 
 
CARP members there are now trying to establish and expand WCARP onto the campus of the University of the Philippines Los Banos, the country’s premiere state university, in the hope of reaching out to more students who want to grow spiritually and live for the greater good. 
 
You can check out their facebook page (facebook.com/wcarp.uplb) to find out more about their activities!
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2015 International Year in Review

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In addition to this, Canada, New Zealand, Jamaica have motivated leaders who want to establish CARP. About 10 locations have established CARP chapters and but are still working on creating a connection.

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190 participants attended the Global TOPGUN workshop in South Korea. CARP attended and staffed this leadership training program.

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 August 31st, 3,500 participants from all over the world gathered at the Cheongpyeong training center for this event. Dr. Hak Ja Han Moon and Sun Jin Moon came to speak.
 

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 Michael Schroeder, a 2015 Global Top Gun participant, became full-time CARP leader for the United Kingdom.  CARP United Kingdom holds CARP talks every week on diverse topics such as spirituality, integrity, maturity, etc.
 

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On November 7-8 2015 around 20 Italian CARP representatives gathered in San Marino to discuss about future programs and to decide the National representatives for the next year. National representatives for the year 2016 were elected by the participants present and via internet. Antonio Vallone was elected for the 2nd year in a row along with new representatives, Fiorella Capone (Global Top Gun participant) and Elena Chirulli.
 

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 Albania CARP IS very active and well-established in several cities: Durrës, Shkodra, Elbasan, and Vlorë. The overall CARP leader is Gani Roshi, who was also a Global TOP GUN participant.
 

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CARP Czech Republic has a different activity/talk/discussion every week, including origami night, Korean culture night, sushi making. Guests are actively encouraged to participate. The newly appointed CARP leader is Veronika Trinklová, another Global Top Gun participant. 
 

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Forty-one Jr. CARP students from Brazil came to Korea for a 40-Day workshop which began at the beginning of March. CARP Brazil is well-established, with very active CARP centers and social media presence.

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CARP Philippines held its 3rd International Youth Assembly in which 2,100 youth and student leaders participated. Its theme was “Principled Youth: Lead Act, and Multiply”. This a joint project of World Collegiate Association for the Research of Principles (WCARP), Youth Federation for World Peace (YFWP) and International Peace Leadership College (IPLC)

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Iberian CARP (Portugal and Spain) held a workshop with the motto was “Many Minds, One Heart: Together for a Higher Purpose”. Participants got together for a weekend in September and forged new friendships while discussing faith and exploring their passions.
 

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CARP Costa Rica visited Las Vegas for a pilgrimage tour from Dec 4th-12th. They joined the Las Vegas CARP team for on-campus recruitment and activities, and visited various historic and significant sites like the Hoover Dam and the International Peace and Education Center.|

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In Korea, 450 high school students were introduced to CARP in a workshop. CARP Korea was also involved in volunteer activities near the DMZ, held a CARP Sports Festival boasting 350 participants, a music contest, and another workshop.

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