Bates College student Grace Sandia Taban designed her Project for Peace, “Gua Le Mara (Power to the Women),” in hopes of galvanizing economic opportunities for women in her home of South Sudan as a way to counteract gender-based violence.
Skidmore College grantee Korotoumou “Katy” Ballo designed her project, “Learning Center for Peace to Rebuild Anyama,” to address social and cultural divides in her hometown stemming from the aftermath of civil war. Read on for more about her and her project!
Concordia College student Amina Fatkhulloeva designed her Project for Peace, “Water to Promote Food Security in Varzi-Kanda Village, Tajikistan,” to combat food insecurity in her hometown. Read on to learn about her and her work!
After becoming a Projects for Peace partner institution in 2019, Concordia College grantees had to delay their projects until summer 2021 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on to discover how each grantee adapted their project, and more on Concordia’s hopes for future projects.