Diaspora Community Projects (DCP) – Kenya yesterday Tuesday 7th February 2017 partnered with Global Peace Foundation (GPF). The event at Global Peace Foundation offices in Bishop House in Community will see the two organizations collaborate on a number of initiatives that both organizations drive key among them the Google sponsored digital skills training among the youths by DCP-Kenya and the Peace campaigns being done by Global Peace Foundation as we head towards elections later in the year.
DCP – Kenya is an organization that supports local people and youth into employment through training, business start-up and direct employment. It also improves the skills and experience of local people through work placement and volunteer/exchange programs as well as support individual talents and improve employability prospects through different community projects including mentorships and follow-ups.
At the moment DCP has its offices in Kenya, UK and Scotland. Plans are underway to open more offices in different parts of Africa and the rest of the world.
Global Peace Foundation is an international, non-sectarian, nonpartisan organization that promotes an innovative values-based approach to peace building guided by the vision that all humankind belongs to One Family Under God.
Global Peace Foundation was represented by Its Executive Director Daniel Juma and Eva Muhatia while DCP-Kenya was represented by its Country Director Austine Oduor and Lisa Nekesa.