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IWPG, UMOA sign MoU to accelerate peace activities in Tanzania

Addis Ababa, April 16, 2024 (FBC) – Director of the Global Region 2 of the International Women’s Peace Group (IWPG), Seoyeon Lee held an online MoU signing with representative of Universal Ministry of Africa (UMOA), David Mwangombi to implement peace projects in Tanzania.

Universal Ministry of Africa is an educational institution that trains students to become members of the overall prosperity of the community, including ministers, community human rights, peace education, and life skills education.

“Through this MOA signing, we decided to provide peace education to local women through IWPG peace events and Women Peace Lecturer Training (PLTE), and to cooperate in peace activities such as the International Loving Peace Drawing Contest,” the Global Region 2 Director Seoyeon Lee said.

Benezer David Mwangombi, CEO, said, “We want many people to participate and grow in IWPG’s activities, and we will achieve IWPG’s goals together through continuous communication in the future.”

Regional Director Seoyeon Lee said, “This agreement ceremony is expected to be an opportunity to achieve sustainable peace, a common goal for the world, and bring development and prosperity to Tanzania.”

She added, “I attended the CSW held at the United Nations in New York where I met with the Special Group Presidential Advisor, Sofia Mzema and the Executive Director of the Ministry of Gender Equality, Saif Sekalage and we all agreed to accelerate practical peace activities in Tanzania in the future,” she said.

IWPG is an international women’s peace organization registered as an NGO with special consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) and with the Department of Global Communications (DGC).

Headquartered in Seoul, Korea, IWPG works in solidarity with over 110 branches and 660 partner organizations around the world to promote active peace activities which are underway.


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