© Women For Peace In Africa (WPA)
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© Women For Peace In Africa (WPA)
for more information please contact us
501c3 Organization 
Tax deductible
EVENTS
Currently, WPA is sponsoring multiple GoFundMe events to raise $250,000 by the end of 2019, in order to provide:
• monthly pads drive (women and girls)
• heavy protection (seniors)
• underwear for all
• Comforts (deodorized; prevent infection, antibacterial, antiseptic, relieves menstrual pain)
• Trainings and seminars around women’s issues
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womenforpeaceafrica
501c3 Organization - Tax deductible
WOMEN' S  HEALTH  MATTERS  FOR  HEALTHIER HUMANITY.

PROTECT to SAVE WOMEN's LIFE, FERTILITY and DIGNITY from GENITAL INFECTIONS due to POOR MENSTRUAL HYGIENE CARE!

WPA is committed to providing access to basic care and hope to women and girls. To do that, WPA, organizes fundraising, peace-related activities to empower women.  

REMARKS on the 2020 WORLD SUMMIT held February 2-7, 2020 in South Korea

World summit 2020 is committed to promote human development, and integrate lasting peace in the world characterized by universal values, mutual prosperity, and interdependence that transcends all barriers of religion, race, and nationality.

Universal Peace Federation (UPF) Hosted the World Summit 2020 in South Korea-Seoul from February 2 -7, 2020 to celebrate the Centenary of Rev. SUN MYUNG MOON (Founder of UPF).

5000 participants from 177 countries across the world have attended the summit in an incredible atmosphere. It was a global platform in which inspired international Leaders and experts from different sectors of society respectively shared their wisdom and work such as politics, economy, religion, society, culture and arts. Among the guests, 2000 Journalists/media, hundreds of International Associations for Peace, NGO’s Representatives, hundreds of Interfaith religions leaders, and world Governments.
Click to view a slideshow of the World Summit held February 2-7 2020 in South Korea
“I have seen and lived the suffering as a fellow woman, I understand what millions of other women are going through. I know how to help, and your contribution will help me achieve good results to mitigate their suffering”

Cady Wassa