Dr. Mo Ibrahim

     On October 22, 2007 President Joachim Chissano

         was awarded the inaugural Mo  Ibrahim Prize

                     by the Mo Ibrahim Foundation.                

Dr. Mohammed “Mo” Ibrahim is a Sudanese-British billionaire businessman and philanthropist, a global expert in mobile communications with a distinguished academic and business career. He founded the Mo Ibrahim Foundation with one focus: the critical importance of governance and leadership in Africa.

The Mo Ibrahim Award is twice bigger than the Nobel Prize. President Chissano received the inaugural Ibrahim Prize for his achievements in bringing peace, reconciliation, stable democracy and economic progress to his country.

President Chissano’s remarkable results gave rise to the prestigious Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG).The IIAG comprises four major categories:

1. Safety and Rule of Law;

2. Participation and Human Rights;

3. Sustainable Economic Opportunity; 

4. Human Development.

These categories are made up of 14 sub-categories, consisting of 102 indicators. All of these indicators improved abruptly and simultaneously when the Method was implemented in Mozambique. The statistical data has been gathered from 35 independent data sources. It turns out these results cannot be attained any other way, without the Unified Filed Techology, IDT.

Mozambique officially created the first Preventive Wings in the history of modern civilization by deploying the Unified Field Technology, IDT in 1992. Preventive Wings were formed by training the military, police, and the administrative personnel.

The Unified Field Effect is a phenomenon known to the public for decades as the Maharishi Effect.

Joachim Alberto Chissano was the second President of Mozambique, serving from 1986 to 2005. He is credited with transforming the war- torn country of Mozambique into one of the most successful African democracies.  He currently chairs the Joachim Chissano Foundation. Among many positions, he is an Eminent Member of the Sergio Vieira de Mello Foundation and a Member of the Club of Madrid. He is a member of the Advisory Board of Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Dr. Mo Ibrahim with Teresa Studzinski, President, GAPWM., A Foreign Policy Association of NY event at the United Nations headquarters in New York.2014. Dr. Mo Ibrahim with Teresa Studzinski, President, GAPWM., A Foreign Policy Association of NY event at the United Nations headquarters in New York, .2014..

Dr. Mohammed “Mo” Ibrahim is a Sudanese-British billionaire businessman and philanthropist. He is a global expert in mobile communications with a distinguished academic and business career. He founded the Mo Ibrahim Foundation with one focus: the critical importance of governance and leadership in Africa.

           The GAPWM in the News

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 The approach has been  validated by more than 50 replications & 23 studies  published in leading peer-reviewed  scientific journals.It is based on 25 years of scientific research. It has been endorsed by hundreds of independent scientists and scholars.

 

Joaquim Chissano, one of Africa's democratic leaders who stepped down without a hassle  Face2Face Africa
 
                    October 22, 2018

 Building - Sustaining Peace

                    IDT 

International Conference on Armed Forces & 
  Conflict Resolution in a Globalized World   Session 6, Seoul, Korea, Presented by Dr. David Leffler

               July 14 - July 17 2008

  Creating an Invincible                                     

             Military     

 

"IDT (the Unified Field effect) is currently deployed by militaries worldwide. Several Latin American countries are now employing this innovative approach, based on the success of the 15,000 members of the Navy, Air Force, Army, and Secret Service of Ecuador. Also, an IDT pilot project was instituted by Brazil’s elite military police force shortly before the Olympics to improve performance and prevent terrorism."

 

   Dr.David Leffler, Real Clear Defense

                                         March, 2017

  The Genesis 2.0 Project     

 

"Compared with the market-driven, killer-app insta-culture of the Digital Age, the new Large Hadron Collider exists in a near-magical realm, a $9 billion cathedral of science that is apparently, in any practical sense, useless."

 

              Kurt Andersen, Vanity Fair, 

                                     January 2010