Nepal Project

Project: Constructing two health posts and donating two ambulances. Place: Gokhunga y Juluke, Arghakanchi district. Country: Nepal. Cost per health post: €95.000. Cost per ambulance: €40.000. Total cost (2 health centers, 2 ambulances): €270.000. Context and general description of the project: Nepal is a landlocked country in South Asia, mainly located in the Himalayas, between

Syrian Refugee Crisis & Humanitarian Assistance

The armed conflict in Syria has devastated the homes and livelihoods of countless people throughout the country. In a war where everybody loses, communities and families are torn apart with millions forced to flee their ancestral lands to find shelter in safer parts of the country, in the refugee camps and towns of neighboring countries,

Palestine Refugees and Humanitarian Crisis

Peace between Israel and the Palestinians remains both necessary and possible. The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is an urgent issue in the region. Day by day, the situation in both states has worsened, thus human rights and democratic values have been consistently violated. People in both Israelis and Palestine have lost faith in their political leaders and

Juba Project

Since the beginning of the 2013 civil war in Sudan, nearly 4 million people have been forced to flee their homelands and are constantly moving across territories in and out of the country, often to end up in overflowing camps with minimal security and limited food. 300,000 people are estimated to have been killed in

World Peace 2030

Me and my organization, The Europe Peace Foundation (EPF), have been working non stop for the agenda of World Peace by 2030. I urge all world leaders, dissidents, and armed groups to join hands and stand up for my “GLOBAL PEACE 2030” agenda. As I have requested the world to renounce arms war, nuclear weapons,

South Kivu Project

The Democratic Republic of Congo has faced one of the worst war situations of the 21st century. This war has gone way too far pushing down values, safety, integrity, respect and health. After surviving 9 epidemic outbreaks in less than 40 years, the Democratic Republic of Congo is now facing its tenth ebola outbreak; not