Interfaith Cooperation Forum and APAY bids farewell to Max Ediger the Coordinator of Interfaith Cooperation Forum as he retired from the services at the end of February 2018.
Interfaith Cooperation Forum started its journey in the year 2003 a joint project of APAY and CCA then to equip the youths of Asia in responding to the challenges of the post nine eleven era. Peace activist Max Ediger has been associated with ICF since its inception, steering the forum to its present day status as its chief coordinator.
Interfaith Cooperation Forum gratefully acknowledges the long o
utstanding contribution of Max Ediger for the key role he played in forming ICF and upbringing this forum to the present day status with a network spread in 9 countries in Asia and having more than 115 active youth alumni who have been trained in the ICF flagship program the School of Peace. ICF have another couple of hundred of alumni who have participated in various workshops organized during these days.
Max Ediger will still be associated with ICF as a resource person based in Cambodia. We wish him a happy and healthy retired life.
Interfaith Cooperation Forum also gratefully acknowledges the services of Bruce Van Voorhis, the coordinator of ICF who was based in Hong Kong since 2008 also has retired on 31st January 2018. He was a missionary from the United Church of Christ, USA and serving as ICF Coordinator since then.
Bruce was a human rights activist & journalist and was associated with a host of organizations in Hong Kong as a volunteer. He contributed a lot in the field of human rights training in ICF.
Bruce was a man of letters and had been contributing a lot in the field of publications, he was responsible for editing several publications of APAY and ICF.
ICF & APAY greatly acknowledges the contribution of Bruce Van Voorhis and wish him a safe and sound retired life.