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Current Projects

Guatemala: Building Libraries to Educate - Andrea Linares

Andreaguatemalan-smallflagAndrea hopes to develop libraries in public schools in Guatemala City and in the highlands of Totonicapan, an indigenous village in the mountains. The project entails building the libraries and teaching children how to use these resources. In many parts of Guatemala, the public education system lacks resources. This is especially true in the indigenous regions of the country where parents also lack the resources to help educate their children. One of the main reasons for this is that most families cannot afford the necessary materials. Through her project, Andrea hopes to help young people develop reading and research skills, and help open windows to new possibilities and new interests. It will take five months to complete the project at each school.

Nepal: Community Fish Farming - Abishek Karn

abisheknepal-flag-smallAbishekhopes to develop an integrated community fish farming project in Ratanpuri, to enhance living standards of the 56 families living in this rural Nepali village. The decade long conflict in Nepal adversely affected this community, leaving the people without proper infrastructure and prospect of livelihoods. On August 15th and than again on August 29th 2011, Abishek traveled to GumbaTole in Ratanpuri to carry out the initial assessment for his individual service project.He met with members of the GumbaTole Community Development Group, a local village council made up of one member per household.

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Youth Without Boundaries (YWB)

Communities Without Boundaries International (CWBI) is an organization committed to building peace and communities around the globe. One of its flagship programs is its youth program: Youth Without Boundaries (YWB). Currently, YWB has a membership of over 40 youths from 12 different countries and is continuously growing.

For more information and the latest updates, check us out on our official website (www.cwbi.org) and on Facebook at Communities Without Boundaries International & Youth Without Boundaries.

Kenya - Violence Prevention Program Assessment & Nonviolence Training

kenyaFIMG_6863Communities Without Boundaries International carried out an assessment missions in Kenya during the week of June 6 – 10, 2011. CWBI’s team visited Nairobi and Garissa, the capital of the North Eastern Province in Kenya to assess the challenges and opportunities of engaging the country in addressing potential or latent conflict that might attend the county’s 2012 elections. During its visit, CWBI met with a significant number of university students, civil society representatives, and government officials.

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Kenya - Violence Prevention Program Assessment & Nonviolence Training

kenyaFIMG_6863Communities Without Boundaries International carried out an assessment missions in Kenya during the week of June 6 – 10, 2011. CWBI’s team visited Nairobi and Garissa, the capital of the North Eastern Province in Kenya to assess the challenges and opportunities of engaging the country in addressing potential or latent conflict that might attend the county’s 2012 elections. During its visit, CWBI met with a significant number of university students, civil society representatives, and government officials.

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Nepal - Assessment Mission and Nonviolence Training

Nepal_FlagIMG_6371During the week of June 1 – 5, 2011, Communities Without Boundaries International visited Kathmandu, Nepal to assess the challenges and opportunities of engaging the country in addressing potential or latent conflict that might exist despite the official end of the war in 2007. The purpose of this engagement was (1) to provide leadership and nonviolence training to youth and community leaders, (2) assess the need for community building and development activities in Nepal, and (3) develop collaborative network opportunities for future interventions.

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