On Monday 22nd June, 2020 Institute of International Peace Leaders (IIPL) and World Patriotic Union for Love and Peace Jordan (WPULP-Jordan) signed a MoU. IIPL’s General Secretary Miss Shabih Fatima Syed and Dr. Mohammed Ibrahim Abuaisha Secretary General MPULP-Jordan signed the MoU on behalf of their respective organizations.

This MoU defines the frame of mutual cooperation of Institute of International Peace Leaders and World Patriotic Union for Love and Peace Jordan.

“We are very pleased to see this MoU in place as it paves the way for great synergy between our two entities, combining IIPL’s field presence with WPULP-Jordan abilities through an effective humanitarian partnership”, said WPULP Secretary General – Dr. Abuaisha while talking to JordanZad staff reporter in Jordan.

“This agreement will allow both organizations to contribute to improved coordination during humanitarian disasters, and also to ensure timely exchange of data to the benefit of the affected countries and humanitarian relief teams on the ground for our peacekeeping mission,” explained Shabih Fatima Syed, IIPL Secretary General.

  • Institute of International Peace Leaders – IIPL is an international, nonpartisan, independent institute, basically registered and incorporated in Pakistan (Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan – Licence No. 0141143; IIPL is dedicated to promote peace and security, interfaith harmony, development and climate change. We believe on the proposition that a world without violent conflict is possible, practical, and essential for global security and without sustainable peace, there is no concept of development, nature and harmony. IIPL is working to develop an international team of leaders who play their part for peace and harmony in their communities, within their own countries and around the globe.
  • While World Patriotic Union for Love and Peace is dedicated to spreading love and peace among peoples, supporting sustainable development, and preserving the natural environment and ensuring the spread of a culture of love and peace in the Arab world in particular and in the world in general and promoting the concept of peace and making better use of resources.