People to People International (PTPI) is an international organization that is enhancing international understanding and friendship through educational, cultural and humanitarian activities involving the exchange of ideas and experiences directly among peoples of different countries and diverse cultures.
PTPI is dedicated to enhancing cross-cultural communication within each community, and across communities and nations. Tolerance and mutual understanding are central themes. While not a partisan or political institution, PTPI supports the basic values and goals of its founder, President Dwight D. Eisenhower.
Welcome to the newly chartered chapters in the Middle East & Africa region:
Cairo, Egypt (Spirits of Change) Student Chapter
Cairo, Egypt (Nile of Peace) Student Chapter
Huye, Rwanda (National University in Rwanda) Chapter
Kigali, Rwanda (KIST University) Chapter
Casablanca, Morocco Chapter
Founded in 1956 by President Dwight D. Eisenhower, PTPI promotes international understanding and friendship through educational, cultural and humanitarian activities. For more info, click here to read about PTPI!
Want to join a PTPI Chapter in your community? Find out the nearest Chapter to you today, click here!
Tangier, Morocco Chapter's recent humanitarian activity; they have visited a local hospital & donated needed supplies
Connect Chapter Training
September 26 - 28, 2013
People to People International is proud to announce the first ever PTPI’s Connect Chapter Training that will be held in Tangier, Morocco on September 26 – 28, 2013.
Connect Chapter Training is a program aimed at developing the leadership skills of PTPI’s chapter members and officers within each country. Prepare yourself to be inspired and take powerful lessons home that will help you develop your community through impactful projects and activities!
PTPI Chapter officers, members and at-large members will attend a three day program with one full-day training involving developing leadership skills, as well as empowering and inspiring our members to make a difference in their own backyard.
Since 2002, delegates ages 13-18 from around the world have been exposed to diverse ideas, cultures, and people while having fun at the Global Youth Forum. The four night/five day program equips students with the tools and inspiration necessary to promote peace, tolerance, and understanding at the local and global levels. This year's curriculum is based on the theme GLOBAL EDUCACTION: Providing a Vision for the Future, which has more than 10 hours of educational workshops, 20 hours of community service work, as well as cultural and social activities.