Heart of Work

A humanitarian leader for peace, passing deep message of love, unity, tolerance, justice, and service in communities to inspire the cultivation of sustainable peace in Nigeria and beyond can describe Precious Ajunwa’s work at Galaxy4Peace.

She is a social entrepreneur with over 10 years’ experience, a feminist, peace advocate and sexuality trainer working on peace building, gender based violence and sustainable development issues; with wealth of experience in creating and managing youth-led projects.

As a humanitarian leader for peace, she passes a deep message of love, unity, tolerance, justice, and service to individuals and communities to inspire the cultivation of sustainable peace in her home country Nigeria.

In 2010, Precious’ zeal and interest in contributing towards building a peaceful society led to her pursuit of a Master’s Degree in Peace and Development Studies from the University of Ilorin, Nigeria. During her course work, she started practicing the knowledge she gained in the classroom not only among her peers but within her environment. Countless mediation, negotiation, and reconciliation activities were championed by her, in addition to peace outreaches in the cause of her study.

Inspired by Mahatma Ghandi’s quotes, “It is through the youths that we see the future, and “If we are to have real peace in the world, we must begin with our children”, Galaxy4Peace was birthed.

The overall goal of her Galaxy4Peace – projects is to raise as many peacebuilders as possible in every community – giving young people the platform to create peace amongst their peers and make right and informed decision about their personal development.

The more tools we can provide for youths to create a healthy relationship among themselves, the better the chances for a hopeful and promising future for our young people and society. Recognizing that sustainable peace is a collective responsibility, G4P is fashioned to contribute to a peaceful, sustainable society by unifying communities in humanitarian service and inspiring youths to be peace agents rather than violent actors.

Peace and Conflict Management is not the only thematic area in which she has wealth of experience; she has been involved in coordinating community level interventions focused on the health and wellbeing of People Living with and Affected by HIV/AIDS and Orphans and Vulnerable Children for more than 4 years; organizing projects geared towards reducing maternal mortality rate in Nigeria, campaigns to end child marriage, and organize effective responses on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights.

Precious offers inspirational talks, lectures and workshops in schools, organizations, work places and at public events, pertaining peace, human rights, health and inclusive sustainable development; hence she loves to share her message within her community, educate and inspire, others to actively engage for the achievement of sustainable development around the world.

Are you looking for a speaker, panelist or moderator for an upcoming event? We may have what you’re looking for because events with Precious are a celebration of remembrance, recognition and gratitude. “The Heart of the work is when you are giving back to the society without looking forward to receiving” – Precious Ajunwa

Precious has had a flourishing humanitarian practice for over 10 years and her gifts in the work she does embrace the whole of our humankind.

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The #InternationalDayOfRemembrance & Tribute to the Victims of Terrorism was established by the @UN General Assembly in 2017. In 2017 alone, nearly 3 quarters of all deaths caused by terrorism were in just 5 countries, including Nigeria.
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Security Council resolution 1888 was preceded by the ground-breaking resolution 1820, which elevated the issue of conflict-related violence into the peace and security agenda as a threat to security and an impediment to the restoration of peace. We at @galaxy4peace are calling the @AU_PSD to place the issue of conflict-related violence on the agenda. We also call for the presence, intervention and support from @AUBinetaDiop, an African sister and steadfast champion of the Women, Peace and Security agenda.
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We are 5 mins away from kicking off an insightful conversation on 'Building #Peace through #Humanitarian Intervention and Aid'. Join us for the third #PeaceTuesday conversation for the month of #August and share your opinion, thoughts, and comments. #WorldHumanitarianDay ... See MoreSee Less

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It is 30 mins to #PeaceTuesday and we'll be discussing the topic - 'Building #Peace through #Humanitarian Intervention and Aid'. Join us to know the difference between the two terms and to discuss whether one works better than the other in terms of building peace @PeaceOneDay #WorldHumanitarianDay ... See MoreSee Less

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Humanitarian intervention and humanitatrian aid sound similar. But are they the same? Is one better than the other? Join us for today's #PeaceTuesday chat to explore more about the two terms - humanitarian intervention and humanitarian aid - as we discuss whether one is more successful than the other in building peace. Share with us your opinions, thoughts, and experiences in relation to how we can stregthen the global humanitarian response in building sustainable #peace. Time: 5 pm (WAT), Venue: @galaxy4peace twitter timeline #Peacebuilding #PeaceKeeping #development #Aid #humanitarian #Communities #WorldHumanitarianDay ... See MoreSee Less

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Today is World Humanitarian Day

A global day dedicated to recognize humanitarians and those who have lost their lives working for humanitarian causes.

While, we alute ALL #Humanitarian workers who support people affected by #emergencies, conflicts, disasters, it's amazing to see that this year's theme is paying tribute & strengthening the role of #WomenHumanitarians all over the world.

Surprisingly to many, women make up a large number of those who risk their own lives to save others.
They are often the first to respond and the last to leave the conflict zone.
As we salute these women who deserve to be celebrated, let us reteriate that health workers, health facilities, women and all humanitarian personnels are #NotATarget.

Happy World Humanitarian Day
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#WorldHumanitarianDay #HumanitarianGirl #WomenHumanitarians #WHD2019
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