Ahmadiyya Muslim secondary school
in Freetown, Sierra Leone
Life-Link School #268
1 Reportout of 4878
1 Care Actionout of 60
October 1, 2002
From a Culture of Violence, to a Culture of Peace/Care2:01 From a Culture of Violence, to a Culture of Peace/Care Others
1925 From a Culture of Violence, to a Culture of Peace/Care. The principal talked on the importance of equality and end of harrassment between sexes, and skits were done on the culture of war to the culture of peace and non-violence. Parents gave talks on the importance of community and peer mediation. All the children went out to perform community service in various domains.
Engage for 1 day · 1025 students aged 11-28 · 85 teachers · 925 parents ·
Reply The project was initated and coordinated by The Youth Movement for Peace and Non-Violence. YMPNV Human Rights Advocacy and Peace-pal Coordinator Alpha Amadu Jalloh called on all schools to walk towards the principle of the Life-Link friendship schools, to build a better Sierra Leone.
February 16, 2003