Our Activities

At Project Banbo, we organize a range of activities that promote nonviolence, encourage dialogue, and foster understanding. These activities provide opportunities for individuals to actively engage in the principles and practices of nonviolence.

Community Engagement

We believe that lasting positive change can only be achieved when individuals and communities come together to actively participate in the promotion of nonviolence. By actively engaging with the community, we create an environment where nonviolence becomes a shared value and a collective effort.

Open Learning Support

We are committed to providing open learning support to individuals interested in deepening their understanding of nonviolence and peacebuilding. We believe in the power of education and knowledge-sharing to create positive change in the world. Our open learning support is designed to be inclusive, accessible, and flexible

Jungle Expeditions

Our jungle expeditions offer a unique opportunity to explore the natural wonders, biodiversity, and cultural heritage of some of the world's most captivating jungles. Join us on a jungle expedition and create unforgettable memories as you connect with nature, immerse yourself in local cultures, and embark on an adventure of a lifetime.

Wellness Clubs Building

Creating a thriving and inclusive Wellness Club requires careful planning, organization, and a commitment to meeting the diverse needs of its members. Remember to foster a culture of inclusivity, respect, and support, ensuring that individuals from all backgrounds and fitness levels feel welcome and empowered to prioritize their wellness journey.

Child Protection Clubs

Child Protection Clubs play a crucial role in creating safe and supportive environments for children, empowering them with knowledge and skills to protect themselves and advocate for their rights. Child Protection Clubs play a vital role in empowering children, fostering safe environments, and preventing child abuse and exploitation.

Anti violence Advocacy Clubs

Anti-Violence Advocacy Clubs are platforms for individuals who are passionate about promoting non-violence and advocating for peaceful resolutions to conflicts. By promoting non-violence, fostering empathy, and advocating for peaceful resolutions, these clubs play a significant role in nurturing a culture of respect, understanding, and harmony.

Workshops and Training Sessions

We conduct interactive workshops and training sessions on nonviolent communication, conflict resolution, and peacebuilding. These sessions equip participants with practical skills and strategies to navigate conflicts peacefully and promote harmonious relationships.

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Film Screenings and Discussions

We host film screenings followed by facilitated discussions on themes related to nonviolence, social justice, and peacebuilding. Through the power of storytelling, these activities create spaces for reflection, empathy, and understanding among participants.

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Peace Walks and Demonstrations

Peace walks and demonstrations are organized to highlight the significance of nonviolent action in advocating for change. These activities provide opportunities for individuals to come together, raise their voices peacefully, and show solidarity with causes aligned with nonviolence.

Dialogue and Mediation Sessions

We facilitate dialogue and mediation sessions for individuals and groups in conflict, providing a safe and neutral environment for peaceful resolution. These sessions promote active listening, understanding, and collaborative problem-solving.

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Training for Educators and Professionals

Provide training programs and resources for educators, social workers, and professionals working with vulnerable populations. These programs can equip them with tools and knowledge to address violence prevention, create safe environments, and promote non-violent approaches in their respective fields.

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Non-Violence Education in Schools

Advocate for the inclusion of non-violence education in school curricula. Work with educational authorities to develop age-appropriate materials, lesson plans, and activities that teach students about empathy, conflict resolution, and peaceful problem-solving skills.