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"In times of conflict, it is difficult to plan for a future"- Nick Adlington

Read More about our Peacebuilder Nick Adlington and the experiences that have helped him shape his views of the world and the challenging task of living peacefully in it.

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Reminder: Tomorrow is our event with CitizenDemos. If you have not registered for the event, please send an email to apanikkar@citizendemos.org. We Hope to see you there!

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An inside-out approach towards strengthening democracy.
The event is free! Please make sure to pre-register for the event to the below email:

apanikkar@citizendemos.org

MBBI members in Rwanda taking initiative to make a difference and create a more peace "able" world.

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Save the date for February Webinars!

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Upcoming Webinar: On February 21st, 2018 at 10:00 A.M. EST. Ms. Mary Noble will be hosting a webinar which will discuss the role of forgiveness in the context of her trauma healing work in Kenya fostering empathy and mutual understanding, and building trust. In the longer term, helping to build lasting relationships between the participants and their communities.

She will be joined by three special women Tine Schmidt, Sara Sander, Dana Bjerregaard, & Eileen McGowan whom also form part of the Feminenza International organization.

If you would like to take part of this webinar, please visit the following link to register!

https://mbbi.z2systems.com/np/clients/mbbi/eventRegistration.jsp?event=47

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Greetings from the Rotary East Africa Project Fair in Entebbe, Uganda! MBBI Kenya Initiative Team Leader Gail Ervin attended with Ngong Hills Rotary Club partners Richard Bagine (left), Joy Mbaabu (right) and Mathieu Mbaabu (second photo) to share the recently funded Rotary Global Grant application for the Warriors to Peace Guardians Initiative in Laikipia, Kenya. We also promoted the Boda Boda (motorcycle taxi) Peace Ambassador's project, which will ultimately be integrated into our Laikipia project. We made a wonderful connection with Rotary International Staff - in particular, Regional Grants Officer Steve Townsend (3rd photo), who will be supporting us through The Rotary Foundation final approval stage. The Fair highlighted 84 Rotary projects from Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Ethiopia, and inspired great ideas for synergies and partnerships. We will return to Kenya on Tuesday to meet with local partners to prepare for the project launch hopefully by June!

Happy Monday Everyone! Just a small reminder of tomorrow's event in New York. If you are in town, we would love for you to join us. Please make sure to register to the email provided below! Wishing everyone an extraordinary week! #mediatorsbeyondborders #citizendemos #newyorkcity #activecitizen #MBBIonthemove