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  • About | Projects for Peace
    Wasserman Davis February 2007 Davis Projects for Peace Download the 2014 Projects for Peace Viewbook Projects for Peace In the its eighthyear the Projects for Peace program is an invitation to undergraduates at the American colleges and universities in the Davis United World College Scholars Program to design grassroots projects that they will implement during the summer of 2014 The projects judged to be the most promising and feasible will be funded at 10 000 each The objective is to encourage and support today s motivated youth to create and try out their own ideas for building peace Projects for Peace is an initiative inspired by the late Kathryn W Davis an accomplished internationalist and philanthropist Upon the occasion of her 100th birthday in February of 2007 Mrs Davis mother of Shelby M C Davis who funds the Davis UWC Scholars Program chose to celebrate by committing 1 million for one hundred Projects for Peace I want to use my 100th birthday to help young people launch some immediate initiatives things that they can do during the summer of 2007 that will bring new thinking to the prospects of peace in the world The Davis family is continuing Projects for

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  • Videos | Projects for Peace
    birthday to help young people launch some immediate initiatives things that they can do during the summer of 2007 that will bring new thinking to the prospects of peace in the world Kathryn Wasserman Davis February 2007 Kathryn W Davis A Century of Learning Loving Laughing and Making New Friends Lori Zalbowitz Executive Producer Whole Story Productions Painting a Life Simmy Willemann Keara Castaldo Marisa Ohara Filmmakers Susan Todd Supervising

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  • Rebuilding the Ruins and Promoting Peace | Projects for Peace
    Sudan region They returned to South Sudan this summer to help build peace through education St Joseph s Secondary School serves 450 students with very limited resources Nyoma Talata and Joy took on the job of renovating the unused school library Working alongside student volunteers and school administrators they repaired the roof plastered walls and floors built an outdoor study space and stocked the shelves with textbooks and teachers guides

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  • Projects for Peace
    philanthropist Kathryn W Davis chose to celebrate by committing 1 million to Projects for Peace Now in its ninth year Projects for Peace continues to support and encourage today s motivated youth to create and test their own ideas for building peace More Upon her passing Mrs Davis left an extraordinary legacy Read about her life that touched so many others PROJECTS FOR PEACE RESEARCH REPORTS Video Meet Kathryn Davis

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  • Contact Us | Projects for Peace
    News Contact Us Log On I want to use my 100th birthday to help young people launch some immediate initiatives things that they can do during the summer of 2007 that will bring new thinking to the prospects of peace in the world Kathryn Wasserman Davis February 2007 Contact Us 700 Exchange Street Middlebury College Middlebury Vermont 05753 802 443 3200 info davisuwcscholars org Contact the designated Davis UWC Scholars

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  • Search | Projects for Peace
    Deadlines Calendar Forms International House News Contact Us Log On I want to use my 100th birthday to help young people launch some immediate initiatives things that they can do during the summer of 2007 that will bring new thinking

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  • 2015 | Projects for Peace
    Cameroon Georgetown University The Orenda Project Pakistan Gettysburg College S P E A K Up Uganda Graduate Institute of International Studies Geneva We Will Never Forget Mexico Grinnell College From the Bottom Up Strengthening Jamaica s Early childhood Institutions Jamaica Harvard University Father Baby Bonding for Child Health and Societal Non violence Brazil Hood College Writing the Wrong USA Kalamazoo College Humans Beyond Boxes Kenyon College Kenyon to Kenya to Ghana Kenya Lake Forest College PEACEats Promoting Peace through Food India Lehigh University Foods Cool Pilot USA Lewis Clark College Teaching Tolerance through Computer Education Haiti Luther College A Better Learning Environment for a Brighter Future Algeria Macalester College Seeing Through a New Lens Together China Methodist University Goat Breeding for Peace Haiti Methodist University Family Farming for Peace Haiti Middlebury College Creative Youth for Community Leadership Enhancement CYCLE Pakistan MIIS Mitigating Water Conflict in Jordan Jordan MIT Education Support to Nepal ESN Improving Education Standards Nepal Mount Holyoke College No More Haiti New York University Rags to Riches India Northwestern University The Musical Peace Summer Camp USA Notre Dame of Maryland University Pak Hamara Pakistan Pakistan Occidental College Ecole Classique Bon Samaritan Computer Literacy Project Haiti Pitzer College The Power to Empower Ghana Pomona College Surfista Digital Brazil Princeton University Together in Music USA Princeton University WatsonxHacktheClimate Philippines Randolph Macon College Renewable Peace Haiti Reed College A Step Toward Hope Self reliance and Education Zimbabwe Ringling College of Art and Design San Pedro Cajonos Documentary Mexico Sarah Lawrence College Diversity and Post Conflict Peace Building Program China Savannah College of Art and Design Playing for a Goal in Siem Reap Cambodia School of the Art Institute of Chicago The Pullman Neighborhood USA Scripps College Rx for Veggies and Wellness USA Skidmore College Praticising Science for a Peaceful Haiti Haiti

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  • 2014 | Projects for Peace
    Projects at the Unique Continental Centre Nigeria Davidson College Fish Farming for Economic Peace Zimbabwe Denison University Waste Management in Dindefelo Senegal Duke University Reading and Studying for Peace Swaziland Earlham College Navigating Discourses of Sexuality Resistance to Homophobia Brazil Franklin Marshall College L Union Fait la Force Unity is Strength Ivory Coast Cote D Ivoire Future Generations Graduate School Promotion of Peace through a Cultural Dialogue of Hindu and Muslim Youth Afghanistan Georgetown University A Breath of Fresh Air Rwanda Gettysburg College Creating Comprehensive Educational and Social Opportunities for Marginalized Children Armenia Graduate Institute of International Studies Geneva Voice it Out Brazil Grinnell College Weaving Peace and Stringing Hope Guatemala Grinnell College Los ninos son el futuro Ecuador Harvard College Building Bridges in Mostar Bosnia and Herzegovina Harvard College Empowering East African Youths to Engage in Dialogue Tanzania Hood College Live to Learn Learn to Love Bosnia and Herzegovina Kalamazoo College Umeed Ki Kiran Pakistan Kenyon College Fighting Malnutrition Mongolia Lake Forest College The Start of Illukhena Revolution A Step Towards its Growth Sri Lanka Lehigh University Fresh Wheels USA Lewis Clark College Teaching to Build Trust Connections Friendship Myanmar Luther College Plant a Seed Build a Brighter Future Colombia Luther College Reconciliation Through Rural School Development Sri Lanka Macalester College Cultivating Peace Virtual Learning Buddy Vietnam Methodist University Educating Future Leaders Swaziland Middlebury College Twese for Peace National Camp Burundi Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey Cholera Prevention Service Solidarity and Peace Haiti MIT Empowering Community Health Workers Togo Mount Holyoke College Improved Energy Access through Biomass Briquettes Nepal New York University P R O M O Protecting the Rights of the Marginilized and Oppressed Ghana Northwestern University Empowering Rural Women An Investment in the Future Ethiopia Notre Dame of Maryland University Matumaini ya Baadaye Hope for the Future Tanzania Oberlin College LumenEd Localized and Cost Effective Education India Occidental College Let There Be Light Ghana Pomona College Right to Write Philippines Princeton University Children s Playground Fostering Peace between Native and Refugee Communities Jordan Princeton University Climate Change Hackathon Combining Technology and Activism for Peace Philippines Princeton University Shanti Dhaam An Abode of Peace for the Deceasced and the Living India Randolph Macon College Playing for Peace The Use of Soccer as a Gender Empowerment Tool Ghana Reed College Federal Government Academy Suleja Digital Academic Project Nigeria Ringling College of Art and Design Creation of Peace Zem Festival Bosnia and Herzegovina San Francisco Art Institute Environmental Awareness Community Collaboration and Art Indonesia Sarah Lawrence College Completion and Implementation of a Library in Sutiava Nicaragua School of the Art Institute of Chicago Warheads USA Scripps College Roots of Change for Peace Educational Equity and Food Justice USA Skidmore College GreenCoal Movement Madagascar Smith College The Terra Preta Project Peru St John s College Creating Constructive Communication the Socratic Seminar China St Lawrence University Harvesting the Past Irrigating the Future Paraguay St Olaf College Rustic Greenhouses Peru Swarthmore College Coding for Justice USA The College of Idaho Water

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