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Play for Peace possible; future, present, and past!

Today we want to shout out our love for our partners on the ground that make Play for Peace possible; future, present, and past!

In that spirit, we are happy to announce a new partnership in development facilitated by our longtime PFP trainer, Chad De Los Reyes, with Co Link.

Find out more about what we’re doing in the Philippines →

Live Laughter. Choose Compassion. Practice Peace.

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    Trainer Richard Delos Reyes and his team of youth leaders in Cebu work to instill leadership in local youth and teach responsible voting. Recently their club conducted a forum where young voters could listen to different platforms and promote an honest and orderly election.

  • May 12, 2016, 12:00 AM
    “We don’t need convincing of the impact of the techniques but I am still touched when I hear the personal stories and when I am asked to perform more training so others can keep making an impact in their community.” - Agyat Shunya, Play for…
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  • Jun 28, 2016, 12:00 AM
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