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The 2015 World Peace Caravan with Youth Ambassadors

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The inaugural World Peace Caravan 2015 is a 12-day camel caravan for world peace that will retrace Queen Sheba’s peace journey to King Solomon 3,000 years ago. Scheduled to depart Petra, Jordan on December 15, 2015, the caravan will travel by camel, horse, and foot to Jerusalem, retracing the steps of this early peace movement along parts of the storied Frankincense Trail. The caravan will be anchored by two landmark events, the WPC Peace and Health Conference on the Dead Sea in Jordan and the WPC Concert for Peace in Jerusalem. A uniquely embracive movement, the WPC will engage participants physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually while inviting people of all cultures, faiths, and backgrounds to come together to demonstrate and promote peace, harmony, compassion, and a greater understanding of one another.

The Director of the 2015 World Peace Caravan Kim Langbecker,the Executive Producer of the World Peace and Health Conference

&Yourth Ambassadors.

Simran Vedvyas YA from Dubai :At sixteen years old, Simran is the World Peace Caravan’s youngest Youth Ambassador. A resident of Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Simran is the Founder and Chairperson of SynergY. The organization provides grass-root opportunities for young people to participate in environmentally friendly initiatives like clean-up drives, mangrove rehabilitation, and tree-planting etc.

Antonio (Tony) de la Roca -Guatamala- is personally helping to create and implement workable solutions toward the UN SDG to Eradicate Poverty and Hunger. His goal for 2015 includes the construction of 645 houses with garden and agricultural plots in 17 communities of the Central and Occidental regions of Guatemala, enabling access to clean, constant and purified water to 287 families in the community of Buena Vista in Barberena, Santa Rosa,