MSU scoops 1st prize in Generations for Peace Samsung Advanced Training Awards

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Midlands State University’s Generations for Peace (GFP) Club beat teams from 50 other institutions of higher learning in different countries and scooped first prize in the Generations for Peace Samsung Advanced Training Awards held in Amman, Jordan, last Wednesday. MSU won in the sustainability category after they made a video submission, which highlighted the different activities they were undertaking at the Zvishavane and the Gweru main campus.

Generations For Peace is a leading global non-profit peace-building organisation founded by Prince Feisal Al Hussein and Sarah Kabbani in 2007, which is dedicated to sustainable conflict transformation at the grassroots levels gives opportunities to youths to transform communities experiencing different forms of conflict and violence.

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