David M. Nyiringabo
About: David M. Nyiringabo is the first beneficiary of the Michael J. Sharp Peace and Justice Endowed Scholarship Fund. The fund was established following the 2017 murder of Sharp in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The world needs more leaders working for peace and justice. Please help CJP educate, train, and nurture promising new leaders. Join us in realizing our vision to develop leaders who will create a just, peaceful and secure world.
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