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“What we can­not cre­ate alone, we shall achieve together” Bhikku Philipp Sumangkalo For­est of Peace is an inter­na­tional non-profit ini­tia­tive for the bal­ance, under­stand­ing and friend­ship between all cul­tures, reli­gions, philoso­phies, econ­omy and com­pat­i­bil­ity of envi­ron­ment all over the world. A large por­tion of the pro­ceeds from our sup­port­ers is used for char­i­ta­ble pur­poses in the devel­op­ing coun­tries. We also actively sup­port Bud­dhist projects.