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Newsletter: Issue 4
23 April, 2019

A message from our founder:

Sir Owen Glenn

This April edition carries more information on the ideal model that we aspire towards as GFF. Sarah, our incoming President has drafted the blueprint incorporating our previous Village Development work and the more recent addition of HELPS volunteers to this model. This report is included here.

In the next three years we aim to be present in 10 - 12 countries across three sub-regions; one under India Representative, Soam Namchu to oversee the Indian Subcontinent, Nepal and Sri Lanka , one controlled from Sydney to cover the South Pacific and one in Manilla to look after South East Asia. We will have a constituency of 50-60 candidates, the majority locally sourced.

Our aim is to achieve self sufficiency by also introducing income earning projects into each location. Over the three year period we will gave significantly impacted the lives of 4800 people in rural communities.
This edition also highlights some of our current and upcoming projects in the Philippines and Nepal.
Sir Owen G Glenn
Doctor of Law  AKL UNI
Ren Lapun of the Lepcha tribe of N E India—Master and Creator
Ratu Sir Owen “Vuilawa” Glenn—Chief of the Mamanuca Islands of Fiji
Hon member of the CPA Society of the South Pacific
Harvard Graduate OPM 15 -1992

Read more about our Founder at
GFF's Village Development Model empowers communities by ensuring they play an active role in decision making and project implementation. Read about this model here.
GFF HELPS in Nepal: Our Representatives visited two rural villages to talk to local women about their daily lives and challenges. Read more here about how GFF will HELP in 2019. 
On 4 April, the Parliamentary Education Charitable Trust was launched in Parliament. Read more here.
Read here about our pilot of our Digital Learning Project in the Philippines. This project harnesses technology to improve the way children learn.
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