|Posted by Global Peace Partners on February 7, 2010 at 4:22 AM|
In 2007 Andrew founded the B-Gifted Foundation through the Ministry of Social Welfare, Gender and Children’s Affairs in Sierra Leone, West Africa. B-Gifted Foundation is a non profit Organization that uses creativity and technology to address human rights (including women and children's rights), environmental rights, enhance peace and sustainable development in Sierra Leone, whilst seeking to alleviate poverty through creative approaches. It was founded by a McGill University Sauvé Scholar, Andrew Benson Greene, Jr., for the purpose of helping the people of Sierra Leone rebuild their lives and establish a society based on nonviolent cooperation, following a decade of war and violence.
Greene's program gives hope to the people for a future of sustainable development and human dignity by promoting friendship, peace, and collaboration." Our efforts in achieving this involves promoting social justice legislature, conducting non-violence workshops for people in Sierra Leone and other countries, organizing peace clubs in Schools, engaging women and young people in technology for global interaction and education, creativity and arts that foster peace, human rights and social justice.
Andrew Benson Greene represents Global Peace Partners, Inc., in West Africa. Global Peace Partners is an offshoot of The Moody Group, LLC in Northern Lancaster County PA. and was founded to spread and further the Love of God, expressed in the person of Jesus of Nazareth, through, but not limited to, publishing, education, prison ministries, mission through the U.S., Canada, and abroad, with the intent to develop reconciling relationships and the alleviation of human suffering through charitable, relational, and recreational programs.
Global Peace Partners will, as well, aid existing peace and reconciliation initiatives by other individuals and organizations.
Global Peace Partners will also play an active role in reaching out with respect to Individuals, Organizations, and Nations who may not share the same religion, the same race, the same nationality, the same politics and the same culture or traditions, in an effort to seek peaceful solutions in complex situations in order to ease global tensions. This is always to be done with utmost respect.
Global Peace Partners has some unique approaches to the world scene and Dan Moody, CEO of both the Moody Group, and Global Peace Partners, is available to speak to Churches and other Organizations about the work and the vision.