Religious Youth Service 2012

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Religious Youth Service projects organized in 2012 by the Universal Peace Federation. Participants provide service to a community, visit religious and historic sites, learn communication and team-building skills, and take turns leading morning devotions.
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  • 1. Through living together and providing altruistic service in a community, participants demonstrate that it is possible for our global human family to come together in peace for our mutual well being. Albania Estonia Georgia Jamaica Moldova Nepal Pakistan Russia Sri Lanka St. Lucia Thailand Service-Learning Projects in 2012
  • 2. Planting trees and helping at an orphanage in Tirana ALBANIA
  • 3. Renovating buildings in PilistvereESTONIA
  • 4. Renovating buildings in ZugdidiGEORGIA
  • 5. Making improvements at an elementary school in Portland Parish JAMAICA
  • 6. Helping at a geriatric center in Ialoveni MOLDOVA
  • 7. Helping at an orphanage in Kavre; repairing a water system in Chitlang NEPAL
  • 8. Providing sanitation for Hindu slum dwellers in Multan PAKISTAN
  • 9. Cleaning the House of Writers in St. Petersburg RUSSIA
  • 10. Putting up tents and bringing supplies after the flooding in Krymsk RUSSIA
  • 11. Laying foundations for a community center in the Puttlam District SRI LANKA
  • 12. Cleaning and organizing activities at a school in Ciceron ST. LUCIA
  • 13. Helping with rural development in Baan Dadthongchareon THAILAND
  • 14. For details about these Religious Youth Service projects, click here.
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