PROMOTING PEACE IS OUR MISSION

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«FROM THE AWAKENING OF OUR SOUL TO CONCRETE ACTIONS AROUND THE GLOBE FOR A BETTER WORLD»

In 2018, we are focusing on several humanitarian projects in the following areas:

Education – Children – Women’s Rights – Environment – Biodiversity – Disability

Humanitarian projects supported by Better World Forum (BWF) are managed by the International Peaceful Soldiers Association (IPSA).

IPSA brings together more than 80,000 members worldwide, former peacekeepers; IPSA intervenes since 1988 on humanitarian projects for the benefit of underprivileged populations around the world. Its experience in the field allows it to optimally manage humanitarian projects supported by BWF.

We need your help for the realization of concrete humanitarian projects for the improvement of underprivileged people’s conditions around the world. Throughout the year:

• We can intervene in your company, answer your questions and share with you the progress of our humanitarian projects.
• We can organize “live” on-site sessions via our web site, your child can communicate with a child who benefits from the program and finds happiness thanks to your donation.
• Would you like to meet these people on-site? We will accompany you and we can also make a video which will enable you to show your level of commitment in terms of corporate social responsibility.
• You benefit from a fiscal deduction, as well as our experience and those of our athletes, thanks to the values of peace and compas- sion driving us and our partners.
• Your financial participation is essential for the realization of our programs, building schools and setting up programs related to ed- ucation, child protection, women’s rights, protection of the environment and biodiversity as well as providing support for people with disabilities.

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Humanitarian Projects supported by

Better World Forum 2018

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Choose a humanitarian project from the list below, send your contribution to AISP and we will keep you regularly informed of progress we’ve been able to make in the field thanks to your support:

 1 – Akamasoa Association
Location: Madagascar
represented by Father Pedro Opeka

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Father Pedro Opeka was born in 1948 in Argentina; he was ordained in 1975 and was appointed to Madagascar; he created the association “Akamasoa” in 1989 by seeing the homeless on the streets of Tananarive.

By bringing together 18 villages, he built a city for more than 20,000 poor people to whom he gave back dignity with a smile.

In 2018, he wrote a book, ‘Insurgez Vous’, which is his cry of the heart against extreme poverty.

Each donation is immediately assigned to the expansion, improving this “Rainbow” city to help the poor.

2 – NGO – UN
Peace Maker & Peace Academy Programs
Location: Global
represented by Laurent Attar-Bayrou (Soldiers of Peace / Blue Helmets)

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Peace is gained above all in the minds. The former peacekeepers of the AISP are mobilized to allow the youngest to be able to immerse themselves but also to be involved in peace and its deep meaning.

They are peacemakers by cultivating it and safeguarding it. With a deep desire at heart to train the new generation, the International Peace Academy wants to be the training laboratory by excellence for future decision-makers and diplomats.

By helping us in this fight, you help us to advance the younger generations on the road to peace.

 3 – Panzi Hospital
Location: Democratic Republic of Congo
represented by Dr. Mukwege

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The doctor and pastor Denis Mukwege was born in 1955 in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Nicknamed the man who repairs women, he takes care of women victims of sexual violence in a country where gang rape is used as a weapon of war.

In Bukavu, he founded and became general director of Panzi hospital; our association, “Les Maillons de l’Espoir (literally: “The Links of Hope”), has carried out several missions accompanied by Marie José Lallart and Jeanne Kamariza as well as our soccer pro player Sidney Govou.

Your donation will contribute to improving the living conditions of women and children born of rape as well as their education.

 4 – CAPSAAA / EDUCAPCITY
Location: France
Represented by Ryadh Sallem

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Ryadh Sallem is the founder of the Cap Sport Art Adventure Friendship Association (CAPSAAA) as well as the Educapcity program (disabled people involved in the service of youth).

With 5 participations in the Paralympic games in wheelchair rugby and wheelchair basketball, he naturally became the spokesperson for people with disabilities.

Triple European champion, world swimming champion, he remains fully dedicated to disability rights with a mighty statement: “For the right to the difference against indifference”

CAPSAAA does not have the vocation of taking a stand on the conditions of disabled people, its main objective is to value them as actors of change and models of positivity.

DEFENDING THE ENDANGERED 2018

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OUR MISSION

Defending the Endangered (DTE) is a collaborative movement formed with the mission to educate and raise funds to rehabilitate and protect endangered animal species around the world. DTE was established in 2015 by Jon Mack, actress, musician, producer & animal activist.

DTE’s vision is to join forces with other artists, social pioneers, thinkers, healers & humanitarians to raise awareness about endangered species and put an end to the practices of poaching & trophy hunting.

DTE’s mission is to educate the public, to serve as animal advocates, and take an active role in preserving life on this planet. We intend to do this by sharing our collective creative works to raise funds for non-profits working with and protecting endangered species all over the world.

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