The establishment of the Perdana Global Peace Foundation (PGPF) began with the launching of Kuala Lumpur Initiative to Criminalise War in December 2005 spearheaded by Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, the fourth Prime Minister of Malaysia. The Forum concluded with major support from panelists and attendees that a serious, active and sustained struggle is needed to outlaw war and encourage global peace.
Perdana Global Peace Organisation (PGPO) was formed on 4 May 2006 and subsequently PGPF was registered as a Non-Governmental Organisation on October 2010.
At PGPF, we strive to change the world one project at a time. Here are all of the projects that we are working on to help various communities throughout the world. can help by sharing the stories or by donating at our crowd funding portal.
SOMALIA ARTESIAN WELLS PROJECT
Between July 2011 and mid-2012, drought affected Somalia caused a severe food crisis. PGPF collaborated with the people and Government of Malaysia and Somalia to focus on construction of an Artesian well and refurbishment of existing wells in and around Mogadishu. We are now looking for more funds to expand on existing projects namely construction of another artesian well.
PGPF with local partners in Gaza have constructed a building to facilitate modern rehabilitation and physiotherapy needs. We are now looking to provide the center with proper equipment and create job opportunities. Funds raised will be used for construction and finishing, sports equipment, diagnosis and treatment devices and furnish the management office and kitchen.
PGPF War Disaster Fund Initiative calls for International Community to be together with PGPF to support efforts to energise peace and criminalise war. The funds are intended for non profits and community improvement of the war torn countries. Individuals and organisations are now able to make contributions that can be used to support these causes.
The plight of the Rohingya is well documented as hundreds of thousands seek refuge in foreign countries. As the issue does not seem to deescalate so does the numbers of Rohingya refugees. We are seeking contributions to help alleviate problems arising from an exodus of migration domestically and in established refugee camps for the Rohingya.
Recognising the effects of 9/11 worldwide, PGPF sought to comprehend event prior to the tragedy and its global consequences. The conference took place at the Putra World Trade Centre with sessions boasting international speakers with on the ground experience and expertise.
The conference was set out to create awareness and extrapolate issues on Palestine. It was also the aim of the conference for the parties involve supporting Palestine to cooperate and support any missions with expertise
PGPF opine that the Rohingya are under constant persecution and have spiralled into a crisis situation which is in need of urgent succour. The Rohingyas have individual and overlapping needs that include legal mandates for the protection of their lives, citizenship and livelihood.
Tun Dr Mahathir is giving his opening speech for the Mahathir Global Peace School 2 (MGPS) at Institute of Diplomacy and Foreign Relations (IDFR), Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. The t heme for the second MGPS was Global Peace and Conflict Resolution
Mr Shimatsu talked on the dangers of a major human catastrophe waiting to happen in Japan if the global community of nuclear scientists & experts do not jointly collaborate to deal with the looming problem. If left unchecked, it will be the equivalent of 14,000 atomic bombs exploding in Fukushima.
Waqaf Water for Gaza, Project, Gaza Strip, Palestine Perdana Global Peace Foundation launching of WAQAF, WATER FOR GAZA project on behalf of the people of Malaysia, and at the behest of Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohammed, (fourth prime minister of Malaysia) produce and deliver 500,000 bottles of clean drinking water to the people of Gaza during this holy month of Ramadan. The water is produced in Gaza and delivered to 50 mosques, 10 hospitals, orphanages, foundations and churches across the whole of the Gaza strip.
Date: 11 July 2010
Location: Dewan Tun Abdul Razak 1, Putra World Trade Centre, Kuala Lumpur.
Israel's blockade of Gaza has left more than 1.4 million Palestinian men, women and children trapped in the Gaza Strip, an area of land just 40 kilometres long and 9.5 kilometres wide. Mass unemployment, extreme poverty and food price rises caused by shortages have left ... See more
The Gaza Strip is a war-ravaged, poverty-stricken area, locked into 365 square kilometers and living under a tight illegal blockade on land, air and sea. The blockade, in addition to recurrent armed violence and conflict, today remains the principle causes of the socio-economic and psycho-social crisis in Gaza. The restrictions on movement of people and goods continue to collectively punish the civilian population, affecting every aspect of life in Gaza, undermining the local economy and threatening the enjoyment of most human rights, in clear violation of Israels legal obligations under international law.
PGPF Club was officially launched by YABhg Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad on 19th of January 2013 with the aim to establish chapter at states, institutes of higher learning and international levels. The Club promotes understanding and awareness on peace guided by vision and mission of PGPF. The objective of the club is to reach out to the younger generations particularly tertiary students, locally and internationally. Attaining global peace is with the belief that our future generations and grassroots need to fully understand the horrors of war.
Lone protest against Israel's attack draws attention
Mahmoud, who was one of 11 Palestinian witnesses testifying at the ongoing Kuala Lumpur War Crime Commission's hearing on Palestine, carried a placard which read, 'Why do you let the same thing to happen again in Gaza?'
The water treatment facility is the second collaboration between PGPF and Charitable Association for Palestinian Relief constructed in efforts to provide clean water to the people of Gaza. Similar to the plant in Al Rewaa, the facility is able to treat 150,000 litres a day.