Over summer 2023, UNC Chapel Hill students Divya Patel and Grace May partnered with the Refugee Community Partnership to provide art therapy and community building opportunities for the local Afghan refugee population.
Elina Georgiou and Stephanie Kalavazidou designed “Bi-communal Musical Dialogues for Peace” to bridge divided Cypriot communities through music. Read more here!
by Amanda Nagy
The third-year international student from Egypt is working to fill a void in extracurricular activities at high schools in his home country.
by Olivia Drake
Diana Naiyanoi Kimojino ’25, Constance Hirwa ’25, and Alice Musabe ’22 are recipients of 2022 Projects for Peace grants, and each will conduct a project in Africa this summer.
This summer, Femi Higgins MAIEM ’21 and Mohamed Ahmed MAIPD ’23 will use their $10,000 Project for Peace grants for community projects that promote peace, understanding, and social change.
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!
by Anna Brown
St. Olaf College celebrates three recent graduates who all completed Projects for Peace during 2020 or 2021.
A spotlight on two Middlebury Institute students and one alumna who implemented development projects through Projects for Peace.
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.