Global Peace Summit Scholarship Overview
The applications are currently open to apply for the Global Peace Summit Kenya 2023. The GPS is a Fully Funded Conference that’s open to all international candidates from all over the world.
This year the Summit is to be held from Feb 9-12, 2023, in Nairobi, Kenya. Remember the fact that you don’t need to provide an IELTS Test report or result. It is a Summit a type of Conference.
It will gather participants from all over the world. This year the theme and focus topics shall be political, economic, and social issues Africa has been going through for years.
There are a complete of 150 Seats available that consist of Fully Funded, Partially Funded, and Self Funded. The Summit will cover Airfare tickets, lodging, and other bills.
Global Peace Summit Kenya Financial Coverage
- Provision of Peace Passport
- Airfare & Accommodation
- Visa Assistance
- Opportunity to work with Global Leaders
- Meet with like-minded younger social entrepreneurs
- An opportunity to share your social impacts
- Peace Education & Leadership Capacity Building Sessions
- Diplomatic Panel Talks
- Keynote speeches
- Focused group discussions
- Group actions
- Awards & Certifications
- Signatory campaign
- Cultural Presentation
- Gala Night
Fully Funded Applicants: Air-Ticket (Designated quantity reimbursement), Accommodation, Peace Passport, Certificate, Meals (Breakfast and Lunch), Conference Kit, Cultural Evening Ceremony, Celebration Party
Partially Funded Applicants: Accommodation, Peace Passport, Certificates, Meals (Breakfast and Lunch), Conference Kit, Cultural Evening Ceremony, Celebration Occasion
Self-funded Candidates: will purchase the delegate package and shall be offered equal privileges including Certificate, Peace Passport, Conference Kit, Cultural Evening Ceremony, Celebration Party
The eligibility to apply for the Global Peace Summit Kenya is very simple and straightforward.
- Aged between 16-40 years old
- The responsible and enthusiastic younger leader
- Passionate towards social entrepreneurship
- What are the causes of Africa’s constant political points, and the way may they be resolved?
- The position of younger people in ensuring food security and help systems are in place as well as challenges.
- How economic weakness hinders the utilization of potential younger minds?
- Impact of home violence and the way it has hindered Africa’s social progress.
- How local weather change in Africa has affected a peaceful coexistence,
- How colonization still impacts Africa’s Road to financial recovery?
Distribution of Seats
- 15 Fully Funded
- 25 Partial Funded
- 110 Self Funded