Global Changemakers Summit 2024 Concludes Under the Visionary Leadership of His Excellency George Mkondiwa

In a display of global unity and commitment to positive change, the Global Changemakers Summit and Award, organized by Project 100, unfolded in Bangkok, Thailand. Under the esteemed guidance of His Excellency George Mkondiwa, the chairman of Project 100, the summit achieved unparalleled success in fostering collaboration and driving impactful change. Project 100, a global membership-based organization dedicated to creating social and environmental peace for all, serves as a powerful network of influential leaders. The organization’s mission revolves around fostering regenerative global development through international cooperation, commerce, diplomacy, and grassroots action.

The summit, hosted under the theme of Social and Environmental Peace (SEP), aimed to delve deeper into the realms of social peace, transcending the mere absence of conflict to nurture conditions that allow individuals to realize their full potential. SEP also addressed critical issues such as discrimination, economic disparities, and limited access to healthcare and education, and ensured inclusive decision-making. The often-overlooked aspect of humans respecting the environment and coexisting harmoniously with nature was highlighted, recognizing that peace is unattainable unless the complete cycle is functional.

The Chief Guest of the summit was Dr. Praphaporn Chantarasamee, the Director of the International Cooperation Division at the Office of the Prime Minister of Thailand. As the representative of the Prime Minister, she shared the vision of the high office and extended their support for the initiative. H.E Bu Abdullah, a distinguished Emirati business mogul, brought his insights into the realms of business and innovation.

Adding an international diplomatic flair to the summit, Mr. El Mostafa TRIFAIA, the Minister-Counsellor and Deputy Head of Mission of the Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco, lent his presence as a Special Guest. Alongside, Ms. Merina Xareal, First Secretary at The Embassy of Timor-Leste, represented the commitment of Timor-Leste to positive change. Other prominent figures in attendance included Mr. Krit Suwanvilaikul, President of the Educational and Cultural Promotion Organization of Thailand, and Mr. Bantom Sitthipha, Advisor to the President of the Anti-Corruption Commission. Their collective presence underscored the summit’s commitment to fostering positive change on a global scale.

The highlight of the summit was the recognition and awarding of the 50 outstanding individuals who have demonstrated exemplary leadership and impact in their respective fields.

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