WFWP Nepal reported back with these lovely slides about the food distribution program to orphaned children. This program has been sponsored by WFWP South London, UK. Blessie Dhakal from WFWP Nepal wrote the following:
"We are quite busy with school projects.
As you know, many schools were destroyed during the earthquake.
Now we are focusing our efforts on the children and schools.
I am very grateful for your help to the Nepalese people and children.
WFWP Women's Peace Meeting. 'The Middle East'. April 22nd, 2015:
The devastating crisis in the Middle East, the subject of our most recent Women's Peace Meeting, brought an incredible response from women of all faiths and cultures. With speakers from Iraq, Iran, Pakistan, the UK, and a lady who had recently returned from Jordan having visited a refugee camp there, the evening attracted our largest gathering to date. Over 140 women came together, bringing their heart of compa
Watford Celebration, Tenth Anniversary,
Raising Funds for the Victims of Nepalese Earthquake:
"Watford Celebration had its tenth anniversary this year on Bank Holiday Monday 25th May. It was a very successful and inspirational event! Some said it was the best of all the Celebrations we did over the last ten years. Hundreds and hundreds of people streamed through the doors of the Multi Cultural Community Centre and enjoyed a wonderful afternoon of entertainment featuring th
“History is calling for reconciliation, love, service and sacrifice. Today's problems cannot be solved by the logic of power. Our present problems can only be solved by the logic of love.”
These words by Dr Hak Ja Han Moon, Founder of the Women’s Federation for World Peace (WFWP) were handed out to everyone at the back of the agenda to offers an insight of the vision and mission of the WFWP. The conference started with an introduction of the WFWP by Christelle K. Ngama, who
WFWP UK/Birmingham,The Diversity of our Multicultural Cities:
Birmingham, like many of our West European cities, is a place of incredible diversity. Since the Second World War, there has been a steady increase of people migrating for both economic and political reasons. This has presented many, well-documented challenges, but also tremendous opportunities to engage and learn from one another.
The Women's Peace Meeting which began in 1993, as a project of the Women's Federa
WFWP Women's Peace Meeting. December 18th 2014. Birmingham, UK
Theme : "The Healing Power of Forgiveness". Just before Christmas, 125 women met in a packed house for our last Peace Meeting of 2014 on the topic of 'Forgiveness'.
After briefly introducing ourselves, and realising that we were coming together representing more than 40 different nationalities (!), we watched a very moving documentary film from South Africa entitled "Beyond Forgiving". ... #uk #health #latestne
The Mayor of Croydon, Councillor Manju Shahull-Hameed, graced this year’s WFWP Christmas Celebration with her presence, and stayed an hour to enjoy dances and songs by children and younger women from the organisation.
In her speech she expressed her pleasure at being at the event, she said “It is a great honour to be visiting all of you at the Women's Federation for World Peace. #uk #latestnews
By Keiko Brouard
28th May, Suzuko Wood and Keiko Brouard of WFWP Bromley were invited to Bromley Reform Synagogue senior member’s social gathering. This meeting started 21 years ago, with the aim to take care of Holocaust refugees. First of all, the beautiful lunch held in the synagogue Dining room was prepared by the younger generation of the Jewish community. Keiko Brouard presented the aims of WFWP and the summary of international activities, followed
WFWP Women's Peace Meeting. July 31st 2014. Birmingham, UK.Speaker : Mrs Betty Makoni Founder - Girl Child Network.On July 31st this year, we had the privilege of hearing one of the most powerful woman speakers you could possibly wish to meet, and someone who has triumphed over extreme adversity in her life. Mrs Betty Makoni, originally from Zimbabwe and from the Makoni 'royal family', has had to endure personal physical and sexual abuse, discrimination, persecution, defamati
On August 18th we gathered at the Slaterfield Community Centre in Bolton to give a presentation about the Women’s Federation for World Peace.There were about 15 participants including our special guests:Caroline Tosal, Bolton at HomeGulnaz Brennan, Women in NeighbourhoodAmal Elsheikh, EASE GroupHafsa Petel, Harmonious TruthMaria Oprea, The Smile of Hope.In the presentation I spoke about the origin of the Women’s Fed, our aims and objectives, the membership scheme and our futu