Part of our mission statement in CARP is to create global leaders who can lead the world to peace. From August 1 – 21, 2017.
What are three takeaways from your 21-day stay with CARP LA?
Nigeria, with a total of over 250 ethnic groups, is one of the most ethnically diverse nations in Africa.
Twenty participants from Toronto, Windsor, Quebec, and Montreal gathered at the Toronto Family Church from January 28 to 29, 2017,
CARP seeks to raise up students to be global citizens.
In July 2016, there was a ‘Global Top Gun Youth’ workshop organized in Korea where youth from 63 nations gathered for leadership training and education.
On October 3rd, 2016, CARP Malaysia organized a “Pure Love Community Service Project” with the theme, Living In the Hearts of our Grandparents at the Machap Old Folks House.
On October 15th, CARP Kenya held its monthly weekend discussion at the Peace House in Nairobi.
On October 16, 2016 CARP Costa Rica held its 5th HEROES workshop at the Family Federation Headquarters with 30 participants.
On November 22-26, 2016, CARP Nepal organized a 5-day seminar in Hetauda, Cambodia with 35 high school and college students.
On September 16-18th, 2016 CARP Cambodia held a three day education workshop.
After much paperwork, on September 26, CARP was officially registered as a campus club at the Technological University of the Philippines.