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The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) will aid victims of Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas with an initial $30,000 grant. Your support will add to the amount TPRF will contribute to help those in need.
In this article, the Eureka Springs Independent newspaper covers why Jonny Haydn started offering the Peace Education Program at the public library near where he lives in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
The Nam News Network (NNN) recently covered TPRF Founder Prem Rawat’s efforts for peace, including the Peace Education Program.
Joseph Paul translates Peace Education Program material into Creole for fellow Haitian inmates at Miami’s Everglades Correctional Institution. “This program has enhanced my awareness of the strength, humility, beauty, and love that I already possess,” he says.
Prem Rawat Foundation and GTL Team Up to Offer Peace Education Program in Correctional Facilities, Increasing Successful Inmate Reentry and Reducing Recidivism
The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) and GTL announced that they have teamed up to offer TPRF’s Peace Education Program on GTL’s Inspire inmate tablets.
These students recently participated in the Peace Education Program at Topaz Secondary School in Lenasia, South Africa. In these short video clips, they share some of their perspectives about the course.
Thanks to the heartfelt generosity of 1,073 donors from across the world, The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) raised $169,996 during the June appeal, far exceeding the goal of $150,000. Watch new videos to see the impact of this strong grassroots support.
The Prem Rawat Foundation’s Food for People program is driving impressive gains in school enrollment and achievement. A new video highlights how the humanitarian initiative empowered Kenneth Odjamgba to become the first student from his school to pursue a university education.
So far this year, Miami’s Everglades Correctional Institution has more inmates participating in the Peace Education Program than any other correctional facility in the U.S. Volunteer facilitator Lucy Collins says, “One inmate has been in prison since he was 18. A counselor told us that until this guy started taking the program he never talked to anyone, he never had a smile on his face. He just kept to himself, for 46 years. And now he is never without a smile!”
The transformative potential of the Peace Education Program was highlighted at a recent screening of “Peace is Inevitable” in Croydon, England. The documentary film shows how the program inspired former members of the Bloods gang in Ibarra, Ecuador to renounce violence in favor of community improvement projects.