Like a lot of GNPI initiatives, the OneTribe Peace Project is a collaborative effort. Recently, a group of young people from South Sudan and some students from LivingStone International University worked together to translate the OneTribe Peace Project to Juba Arabic and recorded 52 episodes for distribution. Our ministry partners and teams are working together to make this resource available in other languages.
We’re looking for more collaborators to help OneTribe reach its full potential. While you may not be able to contribute your voice acting skills in another language, there is a role for you to play. Consider making a contribution toward GNPI’s work on the OneTribe Peace Project, and check out some of our work in other parts of the world.