Interfaith Leaders Forum

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6th February 2018. Intefaith Leaders Forum -The conference for an Intefaith Leaders Forum,several speakers will deliver harmony messages on unity and divesity ======================================================== The Harmony CHRONICLE Magazine – ,features great celebrations,great culture for greater communities in Uganda. The magazine will feature wishes from various businesses, members of the clergy, interfaith festivals with open arms. Readers will read sentiments messages on the occasion of Eid , Easter,Diwali, Christmas wishes. Then it is the Asian Chronicles, Moslem chronicles and Christian chronicles touch that we dissect this colossal celebrations, covering various facets of grandiose celebrations. The magazine will also feature Fashion trends, Making purchases of New items , whimsical destinations, Good Food, The edition will bring must to read stories from autograph, autob-iographies to person al tales on hardship to dreamy stories and much more. ———————————————————————————————– Organizers – Interfaith Harmony Network Uganda(Ihnu) Tel; +256 414699061/+256 586 617/ +256 772520195/ +256 795251734 The INTERFAITH HARMONY INTERFAITH HARMONY NETWORK UGANDA (IHNU) Email: interfaithharmonynetworkuganda@gmail.com

INTERFAITH HARMONY MARATHON: “Run Of Faith and Praise “.

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February 4th 2018 INTERFAITH HARMONY MARATHON 2018 “Run Of Faith and Praise “ Aim; Schools Sanitations For Better Health Promoting a more just and compassionate society The Harmony Week Marathon is to take place on 4th February 2018 in Kampala. The “Run of Faith & praise” is aimed at aiding Schools Sanitation for a Better Health project. An initiative of IHNU and the proceeds from the marathon will go towards building toilets, providing water tanks, sanitation sensitizing billboards/notice boards etc in rural schools. Starting/Finishing point for the run is Star times Stadium Lugogo.

Interfaith Harmony And Culture Diversity

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The Interfaith and Culture diversity in Schools and Communities, will be an affair of Schools showcasing the roles of Interfaith and Culture diversity in their respective Schools. Schools to showcase diversity among students, staff, faculty and programs as well as excellence in co-curricular activities, leadership, interfaith and cultural performances and other notable areas. The theme “Interfaith Knowledge in community for a fructify future” aims at promoting a more just and compassionate society in Uganda. Expected (a) Motivational talk (b)Career clinic (c) Raising level of understanding, awareness and tolerance of interfaith and cultural differences, sharing different interfaith and cultural experiences and promoting students participation in various out of class pursuits. Activities will include an(a) Expo. (b) Games- this involves tug rope competition, martial arts, cultural dances, Faith articulation, music and dance shows.(c) Cultural cuisine – European, Indian, Chinese, Pakistani and Ugandan cuisine menu will be presented. Others will be things to do with children eg bouncing castle, ice cream and many …

Interfaith Harmony Knowledge In The Community For A Fructify Future ( Day 1)

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The Interfaith and Culture diversity in Schools and Communities, will be an affair of Schools showcasing the roles of Interfaith and Culture diversity in their respective Schools. Schools to showcase diversity among students, staff, faculty and programs as well as excellence in co-curricular activities, leadership, interfaith and cultural performances and other notable areas. The theme “Interfaith Knowledge in community for a fructify future” aims at promoting a more just and compassionate society in Uganda. Expected (a) Motivational talk (b)Career clinic (c) Raising level of understanding, awareness and tolerance of interfaith and cultural differences, sharing different interfaith and cultural experiences and promoting students participation in various out of class pursuits. Activities will include an(a) Expo. (b) Games- this involves tug rope competition, martial arts, cultural dances, Faith articulation, music and dance shows.(c) Cultural cuisine – European, Indian, Chinese, Pakistani and Ugandan cuisine menu will be presented. Others will be things to do with children eg bouncing castle, ice cream and many …

Interfaith Harmony Football And Netball Tournament: Finals.

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CELEBRATING KAMPALA IN UGANDA Compassion Harmony Games 2018 “Sports Bonanza” Feb 1-7 -2018 INTERFAITH Harmony FOOTBALL & NETBALL TOURNAMENT 2018 Football & Netball tournament will be competed for by Universities. The first & Second quarter of eight teams (each both netball and football) will be played then the emerging four winners will qualify to the semi finals and the two winners will face each other in the grand finals. The slogan of the games is”Play each other not against each other” F I X T U R E S ; F i r s t q u a r t e r 1 s t F e b u a r y ( 4 t e a m s ) , 2 n d February Second quarter(4teams) 5th February semi final and

Interfaith Harmony Football And Netball Tournament: Semi final.

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CELEBRATING KAMPALA IN UGANDA Compassion Harmony Games 2018 “Sports Bonanza” Feb 1-7 -2018 INTERFAITH Harmony FOOTBALL & NETBALL TOURNAMENT 2018 Football & Netball tournament will be competed for by Universities. The first & Second quarter of eight teams (each both netball and football) will be played then the emerging four winners will qualify to the semi finals and the two winners will face each other in the grand finals. The slogan of the games is”Play each other not against each other” F I X T U R E S ; F i r s t q u a r t e r 1 s t F e b u a r y ( 4 t e a m s ).

Interfaith Harmony Football And Netball Tournament: Second quarter.

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CELEBRATING KAMPALA IN UGANDA Compassion Harmony Games 2018 “Sports Bonanza” Feb 1-7 -2018 INTERFAITH Harmony FOOTBALL & NETBALL TOURNAMENT 2018 Football & Netball tournament will be competed for by Universities. The first & Second quarter of eight teams (each both netball and football) will be played then the emerging four winners will qualify to the semi finals and the two winners will face each other in the grand finals. The slogan of the games is”Play each other not against each other” F I X T U R E S ; F i r s t q u a r t e r 1 s t F e b u a r y ( 4 t e a m s ) , 2 n d February Second quarter(4teams)

INTERFAITH Harmony FOOTBALL & NETBALL TOURNAMENT

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CELEBRATING KAMPALA IN UGANDA Compassion Harmony Games 2018 “Sports Bonanza”, 2018 INTERFAITH Harmony FOOTBALL & NETBALL TOURNAMENT 2018. Football & Netball tournament will be competed for by Universities. The first & Second quarter of eight teams (each both netball and football) will be played then the emerging four winners will qualify to the semi finals and the two winners will face each other in the grand finals. The slogan of the games is”Play each other not against each other” F I X T U R E S ; F i r s t q u a r t e r 1 st February ( 4 teams ).

Promoting unity in diversity (3399)

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We will be organizing soccer dubed,play soccer make peace with different religious denominations and having tow media programs where we will involve the public on the need to live in hormone by identifying themselves as human being before their differences

“Candles for Forgiveness.” (7845)

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Meeting the targeted religious leaders Identification and selection of the widows and widowers Holding of evening meal with the widows and widowers Writing of information placards about the interfaith harmony week Form a plat sharing platform of the religious leaders to advocate for the interfaith harmony week

Compassion Harmony Games 2018 (844)

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World Interfaith Harmony Day Celebration in Uganda Theme; promoting a more just and compassionate society World Interfaith Harmony Week is celebrated the first week of February and it is February 1st -7th every year. World Interfaith Harmony Week invites all people of goodwill, including those of different faiths and no faith to act for “Love of the Good, and Love of the Neighbor.” World Interfaith Harmony Week provides a platform—one week in a year—when interfaith groups and other groups of goodwill can show the world what a powerful movement they are. Interfaith Harmony Network Uganda (IHNU) invites individuals, groups, and congregations to join Compassion Harmony Games 2018 to celebrate World Interfaith Harmony Week 2018 from 1st February to 7th February 2018in Kampala.. Arrangements In our arrangements the games will consist of Football, Netball, Marathon and Indoor and Outdoor games, Culture diversity, which will be an affair of all diverse cultures, races and religion in Uganda. Football and netball will be …

The role of media in promoting interfaith dialogue

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Nile Dialogue Platform (NDP) is a Non-Government Organization whose purpose is to promote respect and mutual understanding among all people regardless of their faiths or cultural backgrounds. NDP works through partnership with other communities, cultural institutions, religious and inter-religious organizations.We Invite all to Celebrate World Interfaith Harmony Week, February 1st 2016. World Interfaith Harmony Week is a global event observed annually since 2011 It is in this spirit that the Nile Dialogue Platform invites you to participate in this year’s event at their premises at Plot 4345 Zzimwe Road in Muyenga on Monday, February 1, 2016 at 5:00pm. This, by extension, makes you an agent of peace now, tomorrow and the entire period of humanity on this earth. We will be hosting Journalist and religious leaders and executives from faith based organizations.

Commemoration of World Interfaith Harmony Week

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This week is timely for Uganda considering that February is also the month when the general elections will be held in the country and, therefore, messages of harmony and tolerance among all the political contestants and everybody should be promoted. In Uganda, this day is being commemorated in Muyenga on February 1, by the Nile Dialogue Platform, an organisation promoting interfaith and intercultural peaceful coexistence. This day is very relevant to Uganda because research shows nearly nine out of 10 Ugandans say religion plays a key role in their lives.

THANKS GIVING SERVICE

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CELEBRATION AND THANKFULNESS FOR ALL THIS PAST YEAR'S GRADUATIONS IN BWAMBARA SUB-COUNTY, RUKUNGIRI DISTRICT IN THE CONTEXT OF THE WORLD WIDE INTERFAITH AGENDA UNDER THE THEME "Education for Service to Humanity"