Nigeria, with a total of over 250 ethnic groups, is one of the most ethnically diverse nations in Africa.
A story submitted by the CARP Montreal chapter at University of Montreal, Canada.
On August 30, 2016 CARP Manila had the opportunity to serve their community by volunteering for a ‘Food Feeding Program’ at the local Baclaran Elementary School.
Mother Moon recently directed nations around the world to commemorate Father Moon’s life in their own nations.
This inspiring story is sent to us by the Tirana CARP chapter in Albania.
On May 12, 2016, CARP Nigeria kicked off a weekly program, ‘CARP Thursday’ at the CARP centre in Abuja where 10 CARP members attended the launching.
One of the local CARP chapters in Korça city, located in the south-eastern region of Albania, organized a service project called “You Have Great Value”.
35 young people from every part of Italy joined the CARP workshop held in Colle Mattia (Rome) from the 22nd to the 25th of April.
At CARP, we strive to become the best storytellers!
CARP students studying Agricultural and Rural Innovation at the Makerere University gathered to kick-off the “Micro-Gardening Project” at the Uganda Peace Embassy on March 26, 2016 under the guidance of the Makerere University CARP Chapter Leader, Mr. Alinaitwe Cleofash.
UGANDA – On March 5th, 2016 we held a CARP conference at the Peace Embassy Uganda under the theme “Understanding Leadership Towards Environmental Changes in Building World Peace”
On February 27, 2016, World CARP (WCARP) University of the Philippines Los Banos Chapter organized an outreach program for 40 children living in less developed areas in Timugan, Los Banos, Laguna, Philippines.