POSTED: March 23rd 2012

Prince Feisal and Princess Sarah launch Advanced Training Programme in Amman

Princess Sarah and Prince Feisal both participated at the opening / Generations For Peace
Princess Sarah and Prince Feisal both participated at the opening / Generations For Peace

LAURA WALDEN / Sports Features Communications

TAMPA: The Generations For Peace Samsung Advanced Training Programme kicked off in Amman and founder and chair Prince Feisal Al Hussein was pleased to take the organization to the next level. His wife, Princess Sarah Al Feisal, who serves as president also participated herself personally in the sessions.

There are 14 countries participating in the four-day course to sharpen their skills and be better equipped to work on the ground in their countries. It is sponsored by Samsung Electronics Levant who shares the same goals as the core values of the organization for facilitating peace.

The Prince said, “You are here with us today because you are 29 of the very best Pioneers we have around the world; we recognize your experience and your skills.

“We have come a long way together since 2007: through our Generations For Peace Pioneer Certification Programme, using our world-class Curriculum, we have trained 578 volunteer leaders of youth, leaders like you. Our delegates come from 48 countries and territories in the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Europe.

“They have implemented peace building programmes in their home communities, passing on their knowledge, skills and Generations For Peace values to more than 5,300 other leaders of youth. This cascading process has reached second, third, fourth and now even fifth generation delegates. Together, their programmes have touched the lives of more than 75,000 children.”

The program included peace building, advocacy and partnerships, and monitoring and evaluation techniques taught by a team of world-class, international facilitators that they will be able to put into action in their communities at home.

Keywords · Prince Feisal Al Hussein · Princess Sarah Al Hussein · Generations For Peace · Samsung

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