Varajkilya’s 1st Peace and Humanity Conference A Success- Amor, Goonewardena and Rinpoche Collaborating for EDUCATION FOR HER Scholarship Program in Nepal
The fruitful 1st Peace and Humanity Conference held last 16th of February, 2019 at the Radisson, Kathmandu, organized by Varajkilya Productions, Pvt. Ltd. featured international dignitaries and celebrities namely Princess Maria Amor-founder & president of We Care for Humanity (WCH), Hon. Jeff Goonewardena, Head of Sri Lanka’s Tourism Board and Director of Airport Aviation, Mr. Richard Nilsson-founder & president of Adventure of Humanity, Masaki Michael- the Michael Jackson of Japan, Nepal’s legendary actor Rajesh Hamal, Doma Shema-1st Female Journalist to climb Mt. Everest, Himalayan Tiger-1st Nepalese Wrestler and Saugat Bista-Youngest Film Director by Guinness World Record.
Venerable Rinpoche Phurba Dorjee, the CEO of Varajkilya Productions and founder & president of Mahakaruna Foundations stated “we brought this event to open up doors and bring multi-collaborations between east and west, to serve humanity and prevail peace on earth. I am grateful to the guests of honor who traveled across the world to be here and show support to our cause. I am equally thankful to We Care for Humanity and Princess Maria, GITM and Mr. Jeff Goonewardena for including my school, the Tirupati English Boarding School as a recipient of the EDUCATION FOR HER Scholarship Program. "
Followed by the announcement of Amor about EDUCATION FOR HER at the conference, Goonewardena confirmed that he will support the Scholarship Program by giving airfares to the students from Nepal to India, where the Global Institute of Technology & Management (GITM), the host college is located. Jeff, who is also the former Consul General of Sri Lanka to Los Angeles is a recipient Global Order of Dignitaries & Philanthropists (G.O.D.) Awards as Sri Lanka’s Humanitarian Ambassador held at the United Nations in 2015. Since then, he has been working side by side with Amor on numerous humanitarian projects inside Sri Lanka and other countries.
“I applaud the noble cause of WCH and GlTM in providing free Higher Education to underprivileged Women and Girls of SAARC countries and I want to do my part by making sure these girls will reach their destination and get their education, so the expense on the flights are on me!”, exclaimed Goonewardena. I am also very happy that I was invited in this Peace and Humanity Conference and had the chance to meet Ven. Rinpoche Phurba Dorjee. Seeing his humanitarian works, I am motivated to bring more aid in the future via Princess Maria and We Care for Humanity.”, pledged by Jeff.
EDUCATION FOR HER Scholarship Program for Marginalized Women and Girls of SAARC Countries is an Education program created by Amor in collaboration with Advocate Ravinder Tokas, chairman of GITM. “We cannot foster peace if humanity is hungry for food and most especially hungry for knowledge. “The best weapon to combat poverty, hunger, violence and inequality is education.”, Princess Maria, in her own words.
We Care for Humanity and Global Institute of Technology & Management Partnering on "EDUCATION FOR HER" Scholarship Program for Marginalized Women and Girls of SAARC Countries
We Care for Humanity (WCH) recently announced its partnership formed with Global Institute of Technology & Management (GITM) towards awarding Scholarships on Higher Education to underprivileged women and girls in the SAARC countries particularly Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh. GITM pledged to award five scholarships grants on B. Tech and BBA degrees to WCH annually to distribute to above mentioned countries.
According to WCH founder and president, Princess Maria Amor Torres, the partnership with GITM is a huge support to WCH’s education program- EDUCATION FOR HER, empowering women and girls through education which is the focus of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. “The best weapon to combat poverty, hunger, violence and inequality is education. No woman or girl should be deprived of education because of her economic condition or gender.” She continues, “everyone should have access to education but since that world is not ready for it yet, we are grateful for institutions like GITM, whose humanitarian attributes are beyond its corporate social responsibility.”
The Global Institute of Technology & Management, Gurgaon, was established in 2008 under the aegis of the Baljeet Singh Education Society (Regd.) to promote quality technical & management education of global standard in a world-class environment. The institute is approved by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), Govt. of India and is affiliated to Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak (Haryana).
“In GITM, we are committed to identify, nurture and enrich innate skills & potentialities in individuals through continuous innovative pedagogy to churn out the most creative and the most talented human resource. We are spreading our wings in all directions in order to touch colossal heights, to craft our own future and to evolve as an oasis of excellence in the years to come. I am confident that with our intellectual pool of faculty, we will be able to contribute very significantly towards the advancement of knowledge locally in India and globally as well to transform the society”, stated by Advocate Ravinder Tokas, chairman of GITM. He also added, “we can’t be more than gratified working with We Care for Humanity and Princess Maria Amor in extending our mission and making sure that we are transforming the lives of these women and girls.”
Last February, the princess announced at the 1st Peace and Humanity Conference held in Kathmandu organized by Varajkilya Productions, that the Tirupati English Boarding High School, a school for marginalized children and youth in Nepal is the first recipient of the EDUCATION FOR HER Scholarship grants. Its chief patron, Venerable Rinponche Phurba Dorjee expressed his thanks, “my Vision and Project of E.E.H.E., Education, Employment, Healthcare and Enlightenment is reaching more and more important people to support children and adults to education, create enterprises, employment, healthcare and Enlightenment, we are grateful to WCH and GITM for their gallant support.”
We Care for Humanity (WCH) and Just Clean Global Pvt. Ltd. recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding as a bi-partite framework for providing employment to the needy persons in various states across India, Nepal, Philippines and other countries in Asia.
According to Princess Maria Amor, founder and president of WCH, "Employment is important in solving economic, social, political, environmental and health issues of any country. It can also stop terrorism as most terrorists were recruited because of unemployment not because of their ideals. Employment is the unit of poverty alleviation, it gives security and financial stability to people below poverty line. We Care for Humanity is committed to help eradicate poverty and we believe that by partnering with Just Clean Global we can be a bridge in giving employment to many jobless people."
Thus, JOBS for HUMANITY Project was born, another livelihood project of WCH which mission is provide jobs to people under poverty line and help them live a life with dignity.
Just Clean Global Pvt. Ltd. is an enterprise with expertise in facility management, Factory Operations, retail store operations, security and surveillance management, housekeeping management, pest control management, warehouse management, accounting audit, solar power, waste management. The company has also undertaken projects in skills development and training, and has worked towards empowerment of the physically challenged. EverClean & Just Clean Global have a mission of providing employment to 25,000 men and women by year 2020 and employment of 1 lac by year 2022. Both the companies will have an expected turnover of more than 60 cr for the closing Financial Year.
Abhishek R. Chola, Director of Just Clean stated, "It is our mission to build strengths across Industries in India and overseas. We have developed expertise in diversified businesses like Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, FMCG, Real Estate, Commercial, Manufacturing, Construction, and others. We wish to empower the economically weaker sections to bring empowerment to the last person in the queue. He added, 'I want to thank WCH and Princess Maria Amor for the trust and this partnership, for letting us help in making an impact to humanity."
The MOU sites that there is no financial parameter in between Just Clean and We Care for Humanity. WCH shall support in employment generation, an absolute philanthropic work only on the part of WCH. Just Clean guarantees to provide legal and emergency assistance to the employees should there be any problems to arise in the work environment.
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The largest Buddhist flag in record was recently unveiled at the vast field of Nakhon Pathom Rajabhat University during the Commemoration of King Rama X of Thailand to the audience composed of the representative of His Majesty, the King Rama X, international and local dignitaries, royals from Philippines, Cambodia and Ghana, spiritual masters, gurus and venerable monks from Buddhist Asian countries, scholars, students, teachers and members of the police force.
The unprecedented event which garnered millions of views online from around the world was spearheaded by none other than the We Care for Humanity, Thailand President, Dr. Aphinita Chaichana who was also one of the main organizers of the NPRU 9th International Arts & Culture Conference attended by the above-mentioned personalities.
Dr. Chaichana is a multi-awarded Peace Icon and Buddhist event organizer who is the first woman in Thailand to ever take on a project on this magnitude. Tearful with joy, she said, “This is one of the happiest days of my life, to be able to do something big for the Buddhist community and to spread peace around the world. I am grateful to all the sponsors who helped me unconditionally like the NPRU, Mr. Kumar Karki, and to all the esteemed personalities who came to support this event. With the success of this event, I want to offer my deepest respect to Buddhism by continuing good to humanity with the help of We Care for Humanity, Thailand".
Among the chief guests, Princess Maria Amor of the Royal House of Baloi, founder of We Care for Humanity and chairman of the G.O.D. Awards said, “What Dr. Chaichana has done for her country and religion was exceptional. She has earned the respect of many people from all walks of life and her name will ring a bell in honor of peace and Buddhism. I am very proud of her being the president of WCH Thailand”.
The unveiling of the largest Buddhist Flag in the world in the presence of the representative of His Majesty, the King Rama X, international and local dignitaries, royals from Philippines, Cambodia and Ghana, spiritual masters, gurus and venerable monks from Buddhist Asian countries, scholars, students, teachers and members of the police force.
We Care for Humanity (WCH) Founder, Maria Amor Torres is in the midst of mourning due to the passing of her biological father, Datu REYNALDO C. TORRES.
Reynaldo C. Torres
Sunrise: November 7, 1943
Sunset: September 30, 2018
Reynaldo C. Torres was one of our great Filipino heroes. Friendly and approachable, as a defender of the weak, Reynaldo often attempted to resolve community issues and problems. And he proved it with his deeds. He served as Chief Justice of all Barangays in Montalban, Rizal and was a very serious man who was committed to his community. But for those who knew him, particularly his friends and family, he had a wicked sense of humor. He was so popular in his home town of Montalban that he could have easily excelled as a politician. But he chose to remain accessible to his friends, family and colleagues in the community.
Even at a young age, Reynaldo was responsible and tough as nails. He was employed as a chief mechanic, but survived several incidents that would have finished weaker men. He was shot and even stabbed. But his indomitable spirit and will to succeed kept him alive.
Reynaldo was loved by many and adored the presence of his grandchildren. Revered in the city of Montalban, he will be sorely and deeply missed.
He is survived by his children: Maria Leonora, Maria Cristina, Ferdinand, Rizaline Irene and Eden,
his grandchildren: Krishna, Niles Kim, Kianna, Andie, Kurt, Christian, King, Samantha, Kairos and Reynalyn,
his sisters: Ligaya, Yolly, Cecil and Lolita.
Maria Amor dedicates this poem to her father written by Maureen Brindle from UK
REYNALDO C. TORRES
Reynaldo C. Torres was a great Filipino
As Chief of Justice, he was a super hero,
He was defender of the weak,
To everyone, he would speak
The people’s problems, he tried to resolve
So the courts were not involved.
Friendly approachable and just.
He dealt with bad people, as a Chief must.
To his family, he was strong and brave,
Love and encouragement he gave.
For perfection, he never strived.
The best we could be, we were his pride.
Everyone laughed at his jokes.
Everyone listened when he spoke.
His high ideals will always be,
In our lives for all to see.
So greatly he will be missed
His love will forever persist.
Reynaldo's final resting place is at Forest Lawn Memorial Park
Don Mariano Marcos Highway, Rodriguez, Rizal
Maria Amor would like to thank Mr. Buddy Sampson for writing the Obituary and all the their friends and relatives who sent outpouring love and sympathies during these difficult times.
Help the People Foundation or HPF was the first humanitarian destination of We Care for Humanity (WCH) Founder, Princess Maria Amor as soon as she arrived in Dhaka, Bangladesh on April Fool’s Day from a trip in the Kingdom of Bhutan.
MANILA, PHILIPPINES, September 21, 2016- The Royal House of Baloi- Princess Maria Amor, founder and president of We Care for Humanity (WCH) and Chairman of the Global Officials of Dignity (G.O.D.) Awards just arrived in Manila from a triumphant celebration of the 2nd Annual Commemoration of World Alliance of Religions' Peace (WARP) Summit held last September 17-19, 2016 at Seoul, South Korea.
According to Amor, “This 2nd Annual Commemoration is by far the best WARP Summit I have attended compare to the 2014 and 2015 celebrations. Although every year was equally special and impactful, this year was full of grandiose presentations from various representatives of HWPL and IWPG from different regions in South Korea”. She continues, “I also think that since we have reached the final articles of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of Wars, authored by the world leaders who participated the WARP Summit throughout the years, we are more hopeful in attaining world peace this time”.
The three-day event commenced with five high level meetings on the first day starting with Advocacy Forum for the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War, then the International Religious Leaders Conference, followed by The 4th HWPL International Law Peace Committee Meeting, then the Press Conference for the 2nd Annual Commemoration of the September 18th WARP Summit, and lastly Media Forum for Advocacy of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War.
On the second day, nobody can be prepared for the magnificent, extra-ordinary grand celebration of the 2nd Annual WARP Summit full of colors and unbelievable display of group performances held at the Olympics Stadium in Seoul. Most of the guests from overseas made remarks like “Superb”, “It topped the Olympics!”, “Heavenly presentations”, “Lavishly beautiful!”, “I have never seen anything like it!”.
On the final day, everyone was gathered at the Grand Intercontinental Hotel for the Conference for the Implementation of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War where eminent speakers like Grand Ayatolla Seyed Reza Hosseini Nassab, Grand Ayatollah of Canada; H.E. Karim Khalili, fomer Vice President of Afghanistan; Hon. Adly Hussein, Vice Minister of Justice of Egypt; Carlos Villan Duran, president of Spanish Society for International Human Rights Law; Hon. Paula Lorena Rodriguez Lima, representative of Central Parliament of Guatemala; Juan Pablo Celis Garcia, delegate to the Permanent Mission of Costa Rica to the United Nations, vowed to promote and implement the DPCW in their own respective countries.
This was followed by the IWPG 2016 Network Forum which actively discussed the role of women world leaders in bringing about peace. Respected speakers like H.E. Edita Tahiri, Incumbent Minister for Dialogue of the Government of the Republic of Kosovo; H.E. Ms. Lee Yinsoook, former Minister of Political Affairs of the Republic of Korea; and Ms. Leokadila Gerasmeymenko, president of Women’s Union of Ukraine, gave their insights and also pledged to implement the DPCW.
The event concluded with the traditional dinner gala at the Peace Palace in Seoul on the 19th of September, where the high profile dignitaries, diplomats and royalty were gallantly invited for the final touch of the 2nd Annual commemoration of the WARP Summit. As usual, nothing less could be expected but just brilliant and amazing presentations, sumptuous dinner and powerful networking among the who’s who of the world.
Princess Maria who is also one of the Peace Ambassadors of HWPL and IWPG has a message for the New York Branch headed by Mr. Yongmin Shin, NY Director, Jennifer Jun, Daniel Oh and the rest of the members: “I would like to thank this very hardworking group for the cordial invitation they extend to me annually. I believe that the New York branch plays very integral part in the successful representation of HWPL, IWPG and IPYG at the United Nations. As I also represent New York, I am a witness to the unparalleled dedication of Mr. Yongmin’s group towards the mission and vision of HWPL and IWPG”.
Lastly, Amor’s message to Mr. Lee and Mrs. Kim: “In behalf of all the delegations from around the world, I would like to thank HWPL Chairman and IWPG Chairwoman for the greatest gift the have given humanity, the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of Wars!”.
* Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL)
Founded in 2012, Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization with the goal of achieving world peace and the cessation of war. With over 70 branches in Korea and another 100 branches around the world, HWPL, in conjunction with the International Women's Peace Group (IWPG) and the International Peace Youth Group (IPYG), is actively working to bring all wars to an end.
President of WCH, Princess Maria Amor Attends 2nd Annual Commemoration of WARP Summit in South Korea
Seoul, South Korea, Sept. 16, 2016- In celebration of the International Peace Day, observed annually on Sept. 21, Princess Maria Amor, founder and president of We Care for Humanity (WCH) is heading towards South Korea to celebrate at the 2nd Annual Commemoration of September 18th World Alliance of Religions’ Peace (WARP) Summit.
Princess Maria, one of the Peace Ambassadors of IWPG and HWPL expressed her excitement: “I am very happy to go back to South Korea which is like the mecca of peace. Each year, We Care for Humanity celebrates International Peace Day with HWPL and IWPG as a commitment of our collaboration.” She continues, “It is also in this year that I reunite with Mr. Man Hee Lee and Mrs. Nam Hee Kim, recipients of the 3rd Annual Global Officials of Dignity (G.O.D.) Awards Noble Man and Noble Woman of the Year, two of the highest humanitarian awards that WCH conferred each year to Peace Icons like Mr. Lee and Mrs. Kim.
Amor, who just recently came back from her trip in India to meet Chief Minister Selvi J. Jayalalitha of Tamil Nadu, gave her heartwarming gratitude for a successful trip to her WCH Ambassadors headed by Logesh Dhanasekaran who organized and hosted her trip to Chennai and Hyderabad. While in Telengana, the princess was hosted by TV5 Chairman B R Naidu and met with the Hyderabad Mayor Honorable Bonthu Rammohan.
The summit is expected to discuss the following:
- Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War as a cornerstone of legislation of peace
- Actors of the global community become one in support of the legislation of peace
- Advocacy of Civil Society - The power of people can make this world a better place to live
- In the high-level talks, governments take the noble responsibility of peace building
- International Religious Leaders’ Conference seeks the true way of religion as a bridge-builder of peace
The Princess dedicates her travels for humanity to her most loving mother, Erlinda.
Princess Maria Amor Travels to Tamil Nadu to Meet Chief Minister Amma J. Jayalalitha and Other Dignitaries in Hyderabad
Amor is flying to Chennai today after 2 weeks of solid intensive care for her mother. On the recent family hurdle where her mother suffered from a major health issue, causing the princess to rush home to Manila from UK while she was on a business trip, Amor cancelled her supposed trip to India last Sept. 3, 2016. “Family first. I had to postponed my trip even though I made commitments and there were many people waiting for me in India. But, I cannot imagine my world without my mother and father, so everything else will have to wait”, the princess said. With so much passion she added, “I will do everything in my power to restore their health and for them to have longer lives. I am passionate in caring for my family as much as I am passionate in caring for humanity. I am just thankful that my siblings and I have the same mantra, and we all cooperate with one another towards our parents’ health and wellness”.
While in Tamil Nadu, the princess is scheduled to meet Her Excellency Chief Minister Selvi (Amma) J. Jayalalitha to personally award the the 4th Global Officials of Dignity Awards’ Indian Woman of the Year which Amma missed attending last August 19, 2016 at the United Nations due to her hectic schedule. In addition, a talk of further collaboration on the ongoing Free Medical Clinic that both We Care for Humanity and the office of the Chief Minister are already conducting on monthly basis under the leadership of WCH Humanitarian Ambassadors, Mr. Logesh Dhanasekaran, Dr. N. Naveen, MBBS,MD and Rajasimhan Murugavel.
In Hyderabad, through the kindness of 4th G.O.D. Awards Honoree Indian Media Icon, Sridhar Chillara from New York, CEO of ManaTV and TV5 International, Amor will be meeting high profile dignitaries and top corporate people including the chairman of TV5, India, BR Naidu. Amor will also dedicate some time for TV, radio and print interviews while in India.
This whole trip is being organized and coordinated by trusted Ambassador of Princess Maria Amor, Mr. Logesh Dhanasekaran. “Logesh is like a brother to me. I am confident that this trip will be memorable and fruitful under his coordination. He is a very reliable and responsible man, a great humanitarian”, she proudly said.
The said persons have no further tie-ups nor business relations or whatsoever with any of WCH officers, members, programs and especially its founder and president, Maria Amor Torres.
The said persons tie-ups with WCH Flagship event, the Global Officials of Dignity Awards in 2013 and 2014 as honorees were REVOKED last August 2015.