Peace Begins with You
The Mission of TPRF
is a simple one: to address the fundamental human needs of food, water and peace so that people can live with dignity, peace and prosperity. All the activities and programs of the Foundation are designed to support the right of every human being to these fundamental elements of being human:
The Foundaton’s premise is that where the dignity of others is respected, peace can manifest within individuals and between peoples. Throughout the ages, times of peace have been the times of the greatest prosperity for all. The Foundation focuses on three main areas:
TPRF is a US-based public non-profit charity organization, whose worldwide efforts are funded by the generosity of donors from over 50 countries. Most of the Foundation’s staff, including the Board of Directors, are volunteers.
Learn more about TPRF here.
Bangalore is a thriving metropolis renowned for its high-tech industries—India’s “Silicon Valley.” It is also home to several state-of-the-art medical establishments. One of the most progressive, Vydehi Institute of Nursing Sciences and Research Centre, has just incorporated the Peace Education Program (PEP) into its curriculum.
Each year in Ghana, the first Friday of December is National Farmers’ and Fishermen’s Day. It is a public holiday celebrated on district, regional, and national levels, where the best farmers and fishermen are given awards.
First-hand accounts from the field
Bobby Hendry oversees meal planning, hygiene, and staff service procedures for the Food for People facilities currently operating in India, Nepal, and Ghana. An Interview with Bobby Hendry, Head of Catering – Part Two Part One ended with Bobby Hendry on his way to Bantoli, India for a surprise visit […]
Bobby Hendry oversees meal planning, hygiene, and staff service procedures for the Food for People facilities currently operating in India, Nepal, and Ghana. An Interview with Bobby Hendry, Head of Catering. Q: How did you become involved with the Food for People (FFP) facilities? A: Prem Rawat asked me to […]