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"I want to treat patients (in the U.S.) with Africa!" —Mollie Fetterolf (Health Program, Ghana 2011, studying nursing at WVU)
Peace Humanity International, formed in 2003, is a multifaceted Non-Governmental Organization, based in Ghana, that remains dedicated to empowering the Ghanaian people and improving their quality of life.With a wide array of community partners, Peace Humanity International has executed a multitude of local initiatives and continues to uplift their people at all levels of society.
Mission: To Peace Humanity, peace is not simply the absence of war, but a condition where people's basic needs are met, and they have the opportunity to freely pursue their dreams and aspirations. Therefore, Peace Humanity's mission is to tackle the root causes of conflict, which include, illiteracy, hunger, and poverty, through volunteerism.
Vision: To see a world where the people of Ghana and Africa live in peace regardless of sex, tribe or social status.
Peace Humanity International is truly dedicated to making your trip safe, fun, culturally enriching, and fulfilling! For more information, please contact email@example.com or Erik Mohn at emohn @ uua.org.
Note: Peace Humanity's website is currently under construction, but feel free to check out the Jukwa Community Project Facebook Page.
In addition, here is a voice recording done by Erik Mohn and Kwame Appiah in August 2011.
"Those who give sunshine will never be deprived of the sun itself."—Kwame Appiah
This work is made possible by the generosity of individual donors and congregations.
Please consider making a donation today.
Last updated on Friday, September 30, 2011.
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