Past Laureates

2017 Gusi Peace Prize Laureates

 (From left) Hon. John Moustos, GREECE, Banking and Finance, Hon. Lascelles Chin, JAMAICA, Humanitarianism and Social Services, Dr. Ronald Harden, GREAT BRITAIN, Educational Medicine, Hon. Mhd. Abdulaziz Suleiman AI-Afaleq, SAUDI ARABIA, Job Alleviation, Dr. Ashok Kumar Yogendra Gupta, INDIA, Medicine – Cardiovascular Surgery, Dr. Pauline Jean Roselle Ubial, PHILIPPINES, Medicine and Public Service, Dr. Leilani Mercado Asis, PHILIPPINES, Educational Medicine and Patient Care, Hon. Asif Chowdhury, BANGLADESH, Business Economics, Dr. Wang Yao Xian, CHINA, Medicine, Naturapathic, Engr. Khalid Ismael, EGYPT, Technological Engineering and Scientific Research, Dr. Fiorentino De Araujo Cardoso Filho, BRAZIL, Oncological Medicine, Dr. Nikolai Korpan, AUSTRIA, Medicine – Cryosurgery

2016 Gusi Peace Prize Laureates

(From left) Hon. Nikolae Banicioiu ROMANIA Youth Leadership, Dr. Philip Fiddler UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Medicine Burnt Surgery, Dr. Kingsley Faulkner AUSTRALIA Medicine General Surgery, PM Timothy Harris SAINT KITTS & NEVIS Statesmanship, Dr. Jiang Baoguo CHINA Medicine Trauma Treatment, Atty. Amor Masovic BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA Human Rights, Gen. Ronald “Bato” M. Dela Rosa PHIL-IPPINES Security Measure and Peace, Hon. Kanahiya Lal Ganju INDIA Humanitarianism, Hon. Bani Adam IRAN Social Services, Dr. Vincent Gi-ampapa UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Arch. Mousallam Saka Amini SYRIA Architecture, Dr. Nicolas Hagger UNITED KINGDOM Literature, Hon Daisaku Ikeda JAPAN Religion, Dr. Abdalla El-Badri SUDAN Academe.

2015 Gusi Peace Prize Laureates

FromlefttoRight: Prof. Dr. Rob Verpoorte (THENETHERLANDS) – Scientific Research; Ali Hamad Mohammed Said Efaifa (QATAR) – Poverty Alleviation: providing job opportunitiesandpromoting overseas workers welfare; Prof. Alexander Nikolaevich Chumakov (RUSSIA) – Philosophical Science; Dr. Syunji Sano (JAPAN) – Pediatric Cardiovascular Surgery; HEHun Many,sonofPM Hun Sen (CAMBODIA) – Youth LeadershipandHumanitarianism; Dr. Jeffrey Huang (CHINA) – Medicine [Hepatobiliary Surgery]: Organ Transplantation; Dr Susan Briggs (USA) – International Medical Surgical Response; Miss Nora Aunor (PHILIPPINES) – International Performing Arts [for Film, Stage, TelevisionandforMusic]; Former President Antonio Eanes (PORTUGAL) – Statesmanship; Former President Askar Akayev.(KYRGYZTAN) – Statesmanship&Scientific Research [Applied MathematicsandOptics]; Prof. Dr. Zuriyadda Sakipova (KAZAKHSTAN) – Academe; Hon. Shykh Seraj (BANGLADESH) – Poverty Alleviation, Agriculture, Journalism; Prof. Dr. Zurab Vadachkoria (GEORGIA) – Medicine :AcademeandResearchonMaxilla-Facial Surgery, &InternationalizationofMedical Education; Prof. Petr Blizkovsky (CZECH REPUBLIC) – International Diplomacy [Academic WorkonGovernance];Dr. Mary Pinder (AUSTRALIA) – Medicine [Intensive Care, Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome {SARS}, andInternational Development]; Prof. Dr.Hans Lehrach (AUSTRIA) – Scientific Research [Human Genome&Medical Systems Biology]

2014 Gusi Peace Prize Laureates

FromlefttoRight: Prof. Virima Mudogo (CONGO) – Scientific Research&Humanitarianism (Excellence Scholarship Program); Dr. Mansok Fok (CHINA) – Medicine (Esophageal/Laparoscopic Surgery), Medical Biotechnology Dev’t, Scientific Research, Healthcare&Philanthropy; Dr. Luigi Pellegrini (ITALY) – InnovationinPharmacyandTelemedicine; Hon. Dominique Hoppe (FRANCE) – Peace; Hon. Parviz Pargari (IRAN) – Art&Interior Design; Dr. Atiur Rahman (BANGLADESH) – EconomicsforthePoor; Hon. Saad Nahar Al-Badah Almutairi (SAUDI ARABIA) – Human Rights AdvocacyofOverseas Workers; Senator CynthiaA. Villar (PHILIPPINES) – Poverty AlleviationthruLivelihood ProjectsandHumanitarianism; Prof. Kazimierz Glowniak (POLAND) – AcademeandScientific Research (Pharmacognosy); Prof. Yoshinori Asakawa (JAPAN) – AcademeandScientific Research (Organic ChemistryandPharmaceutical Science); Dr. Hans Koechler (AUSTRIA) – PhilosophyofLaw, HEFormer President Vitautas Landsbergis (LITHUANIA) – Statesmanship; Dr. Achyuta Samanta (INDIA) – Poverty AlleviationthruEducationandHumanitarianism.

2013 Gusi Peace Prize Laureates

FromlefttoRight: Amb. Prof. Dr. Orhan Guvenen (TURKEY), forEconomics&Strategic Research&Diplomacy; Architect Yolanda D. Reyes (REPUBLICOFTHEPHILIPPINES), forArchitecture&Academe; Mr. Abul Hasan Mohammad Nouman (BANGLADESH), forPoverty Alleviationand Humanitarianism; Dr. Glen T. Martin (UNITED STATESOFAMERICA), forPhilosophyofHuman Liberation; Hon. Catherine Dupe Atoki (NIGERIA), forHuman Rights Advocacy; Former President, Prof. Dr. Emil Constantinescu (REPUBLICOFROMANIA), forStatesmanship&Academe; HisExcellency President Rajkeswur Purryag (MAURITIUS), forStatesmanship; Former Prime Minister Al-Saddig Abdel Rahman Al-Mahdi (SUDAN), forStatesmanship; HisRoyal Highness Prince Bandar Bin Khalid Alfaisal Al Saud (KINGDOMOFSAUDI ARABIA), forSocial Services&Humanitarianism; Prof. Dr. IgorIKondrashin (RUSSIA), forScientific Philosophy; Mr. Malek Jandali (SYRIA), forPerforming Arts (Composer&Pianist) &Humanitarianism; Mr. Jerome Binde (FRANCE), forInternational DiplomacyandForesight; Prof. Dr. Abdelmadjid Amrani (ALGERIA), forPhilosophy; Former President Arnold Ruutel (REPUBLICOFESTONIA), ForStatesmanship; Prof. Dr. Raoul A. Weiler (BELGIUM). forScienceandTechnology.

2012 Gusi Peace Prize Laureates

FromlefttoRight: Dr. Boris Aleksandrovich Astafiev (RUSSIA), Scientific Research (Physics); Mr. David Christner (USA) , Humanitarianism; Governor Kostadin HadzhigaevofBlagoevgrad (BULGARIA), Political Governance; Dr. Valery Pavlovich Dubrov (UKRAINE), Medicine (Advancement, Tuberculosis treatment, Eastern Europe ; Dato’ Dr. Haji Ahmad Laksamana Bin Omar (MALAYSIA), Al-Quranic Research& Biochemistry; Dr. Ana Flisser (MEXICO), Scientific Research (Parasitology: Cysticercosis); Hon. Ricaardoe Di Done (CANADA), Children’s Rights (ChildrenNow); Miss Deepika Priyadarshani (SRI LANKA), Performing Arts; . Dr. Felipe Guhl (COLOMBIA), Scientific Research (Chagas Disease); Mr. Naseer Shamma (IRAQ), Performing Arts (Oud instrument); Judge Ricardo Li Rosi (ARGENTINA), Humanitarian Law; Prof. Timi Ecimovic (SLOVENIA). Scientific Research (Physics); Mr. Kent Wong (MACAU, CHINA), Social Services&Young Global Leadership; Chief Justice Yeung Kam John Yeung Sik Yuen (MAURITIUS), Social Justice; Prof. Fidel Julian Gutierrez y Vivanco (PERU), Philosophy; Dr. James G. Dy (PHILIPPINES), Social Services&Philanthropy; Judge Liisa Kiianlinna (FINLAND).Social Justice; HerRoyal Highness Sheik Hissah Bint Saad Abdulah Salem Al-Sabah (KUWAIT), Women’s Welfare, Arab World; Chief Justice Benjamin Joses Odoki (UGANDA), Social Justice; Hon. Bertrand De Speville (UNITED KINGDOM ), International Anti-Graft&Corruption.

2011 Gusi Peace Prize Laureates

FromlefttoRight: Interpol Pres. Comr. Norman Inkster (CANADA), International LawandPeace Keeping; Arch. FelinoA. Palafox Jr. (PHILIPPINES), ArchitectureandUrban Planning; Mme Diane Uribe (COLOMBIA), Journalism; Senator Emmanuel Jones (USA), LegislationandPeace Building; Ex-President Amos C. Sawyer (LIBERIA), Peace Building; Sir Roland Mosl (AUSTRIA), Scientific Invention (PEGE); Dr. Thomas K. Stern (USA), Social ServicesandInternational Humanitarianism; Ex-President Behgjet Pacolli (KOSOVO), EconomicsandGovernance; Ex-President James R. Mancham (SEYCHELLES), Statesmanship; West Bengal Governor Shri M.K. Narayanan (INDIA), GovernanceandPeacekeeping; Dr. Jagdish Gandhi (INDIA), Academe; HisExcellency Minister Phongsabath Boupha (LAOS), International Diplomacy; Education Minister Thakur S. Powdyel (BHUTAN), Academe; FICAC Secretary-General Aykut Eken (TURKEY), International Diplomacy; Phra Maha Vudhaya Vajiramedhi (THAILAND), Social ServicesandSpiritual Leadership; Mr. Vladimir Megre (UKRAINE), Literature; Dr. Yolanda Ortega-Stern, Ph.D. (USA), Social Services; Prof. Viktor Medikov (RUSSIA), Scientific Research(Microeconomics); Rev. Fr. Richard Ryan Ho Lung M.O.P. (JAMAICA), Social Services.

2010 Gusi Peace Prize Laureates

FromlefttoRight: Professor Raoul Parienti (France) forScientifc Innovation, Justice Victor Manuel Nuñez Rodriguez (Paraguay) forSocial JusticeandHumanitarian Laws, Dr. Rainer Krell (Germany) forScientific Innovation, Dr. Art-ong Jumsai (Thailand) forScientific InnovationandHuman Values Education, HerExcellency Ambassador Mary Chinery-Hesse (Ghana) forInternational DiplomacyandHumanitarianism, Mr. Andrei Veidung (Norway)) forScientific Invention; Consul General Lo Seng Chung (China) forHumanitarianism, Mr. Yank Barry (Canada) forSocial ServicesandInternational Humanitarianism, Mr. Walter Maibum (USA) forVisual ArtsandArt Preservation, Rev. Fr. Rocky Evangelista (Philippines) forSocial ServicesandHumanitarianism, Mr. David Plattner (USA) forEnvironmentandBiodiversity, Major General Mahinda Hathurusinghe (Sri Lanka) forPeace Process, Hon. Oliver “Buck” Revell (USA) forInternational Law EnforcementandPeacekeeping, Professor Jivko Jelev (Bulgaria) forScientific Innovation, Honourable Arnold Foote (Jamaica) forPeaceandMutual Understanding, Mr. Demetri Argyropoulos (Greece) forEconomicsandLeadership, Dr. Irinel Popescu (Romania) forMedicineandDr. Michael Nobel (Sweden) forEducationandHumanitarianism.

2009 Gusi Peace Prize Laureates

FromlefttoRight: Lea Salonga (Philippines) forPerforming Arts, Madam Surapee Rojanavongse (Thailand) forEconomicsandCultural Heritage, Judge Natividad Mercedes Meza (Paraguay) forSocial JusticeandHumanitarian Law, Silvia Scherer (Switzerland) forBiotechnology Industry, Madam Timi Bakatselos (Greece) forPhilanthropyonChildren’s Health Care, Dr. Liu Chi Chun (Taiwan) forInternational Humanitarianism, Alexey Steele (Russia) forVisual Arts, Hon. Massimo Romagnoli (Italy) forInternational PoliticsandHuman Civil Rights, Congressman Bob Filner (USA) forLegislation, Dr. Alice Chiu (Hong Kong) forSocial ServicesandPhilanthropy, Ambassador Preciosa S. Soliven (Philippines) forAcademe, Christine M. Warnke, Ph.D. (USA) forEconomics&Humanitarianism, HerRoyal Highness Princess Fuziah Raja Uda (Malaysia) forCultural Heritage, Ali Nasuh Mahruki (Turkey) forSports&Humanitarianism (SearchandRescue Missions). TheMost Rev. Fr. JosephA. Faller (Philippines) forDivine HealingandAssistancetotheSickandtheNeedy, Dr. Ho Son Fat (Macau) forMedicine (Urology) andScientific InventionintheFieldofNeurourology, andinLaparoscopic Urologic Surgery, Professor Emil-Silvio Ciobota (Romania) forPerforming Arts, Charalambos Lambrou (Cyprus) forPhilanthropyonAdult Cancer Patients.

2008 Gusi Peace Prize Laureates

FromlefttoRight: Mr. Rodolf Schwind (Germany) forLaser Industry; Dr. CosmeI. Naval (Philippines) forOphthalmology; Mr. Kevin Kwan (Hong Kong) forAquaculture Research; Dr. Harold Lindsay Thompson (Australia) forMedicine; Mr. Carles Njonjo (Kenya) forPhilanthropy; Dr. Henry C. Lee (Taiwan-USA) forCrime Investigation; Speaker Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Haji Mulia (Malaysia) forLegislation; Congressman Gus Bilirakin (USA) forLegislation; Dr. Dan Zoltan Reinstein (UK) Ophthalmology; Hon. Rosario P. Uriarte (Philippines) forSocial Welfare; Hon. Giorgos Tasou (Cyprus) forEnvironmental Protection; Mr. Antonio L. Lopez (Philippines) forJournalism; Dr. James Newton Boss (Singapore) forScientific Research.

2007 Gusi Peace Prize Laureates

FromlefttoRight: Chairwoman Constancia de Guzman (Philippines) forAnti-GraftandCorruption; Atty. Persida V. Rueda-Acosta (Philippines) forSocial Justice; Dr. Shigeru Suganami, M.D., Ph.D. (Japan) forMedicine; Dr. Tae Sup Lee (South Korea) forPublic GovernanceandHumanitarianism; Mr. Yu Pang Lin representedbyDennis Pang Lin (China) forHumanitarianism; Dr. Farland H. Stanley, V.M.D., Ph.D. (USA) forArcheology; Senator Heherson Alvarez (Philippines) forEnvironmentandPublic Service; Hon. Michalos Constantine (Greece) forJob Creation; Mr. Thomas Cheng Wai Yu (Hong Kong) forSports; Mr. George Bisits (USA) forBroadcast Journalism; Dr. Peter M. Schantz, V.M.D., Ph.D. (USA) forVeterinary Medicine; Dr. Thep Phongparnich, Ed.D. (Thailand) forAgricultural ResearchandEducation; Lt. Gov. Johnson Elimo (Federated StatesofMicronesia) forIndigenous Rights; Vice President Elias Camsik Chin (RepublicofPalau) forHumanitarian Law; Sen. Ney Robinson Suasuna (Brazil) forPolitical Governance.

2006 Gusi Peace Prize Laureates

FromlefttoRight: Rev. Fr. Corsie S. Legaspi (Philippines) forDivine Healing ServicestotheSickandtheNeedy; Dr. FelipeI. Tolentino (Philippines) forMedicine (Ophthalmology); Master Bup Kwan (South Korea) forHumanitarianism; Katya Grineva (Russia) forPerforming Arts; Gov. Carl T.C. Gutierrez (Guam) forPublic Service; Ambassador Tarmizi Taher (Indonesia) forReligous AffairsandHumanitarianism; Mr. Allan “AJ” Hackett (New Zealand) forSports; Datu Ismail Bin Mohamad (Malaysia) forPhilanthropy; Dr. Ioannis Lyras (Greece) forMedicine (Plastic Surgery); Madam Wang Zushi (China) forCultural Heritage; Director Carlo J. Caparas (Philippines) forCinematioc Excellence; Dr. Leung Ping Chung (Hong Kong) forMedicineandAcademe; Justice Minister Ram B. Jethmalani (India) forSocial JusticeandHumanitarian Law; Supreme Master Ching Hai (Vietanam) forPhilanthropy; Former President Fidel V. Ramos (Philippines) forStatemanship.

2005 Gusi Peace Prize Laureates

FromlefttoRight: Mayor Edward S. Hagedorn (Philippines) forEnvironment; Mrs. Maria Coop (Philippines) forWomen’s Rights; Professor Li Qi (China) forVisual Arts; Dr. Sundaram S. Natarajan (India) forMedicine (Ophthalmology); Dr. Anthony C.H. Wong (Hong Kong) forEconomics; Mr. George Dovellos (Greece) forHumanitarianism; Sister Arlene RiccioandtheDaughtersofSt. MaryofProvidence (Vatican City) forSocial Services; Congresswoman Madeleine Z. Bordallo (Guam) forGovernanceandLegislation; Metropolitan Archbishop Nikitas Lulias (Greece) forReligionandHumanitarianism; Ms. Regina Paz L. Lopez (Philippines) forChildren’s Rights; Mr. David T. Bussau (Australia) forHumanitarianism; Mr. Malcolm William Prowse (Australia) forHuman Rights; Ms. Alexandra P. Romualdez (Philippines) forHumanitarianism; Mr. Jose Marie Chan (Philippines) forPerforming Arts.

2004 Gusi Peace Prize Laureates

FromlefttoRight: Cardinal Gaudencio Rosales representedbyMonsignor Josefino Ramirez (Philippines) forReligousandSpiritual Leadership; Mr. Douglas Maclagan (United KingdomofGreat Britain) forChildren’s WelfareandDevelopment; Mr. Fundador Soriano (Philippines) forMedia, Overseas Welfare Service; Mr. Rodolfo “Dolphy” Quizon (Philippines) forCinematic Excellence; Mayor Feliciano “Sonny” Belmonte (Philippines) forPolitical Governance; Mr. Lee Xiu Mien (China) forEducation; Ms. Carmela Tiangco (Philippines) forBrodcast Journalism; Nokia’s Mr. Georg Von Dziembowski (Germany) forScienceandTechnology; Mr. Hiro Kundamal (Pakistan) forHumanitarianism; Dr. Peter Fong (Hong Kong) forUrban DevelopmentandPlanning; Dr. Iichiro Ohira (Japan) forScientific ResearchandDiscovery, Lactobacilli; Senator John Michael Quintana (Guam) forLegislation; Chess Grandmaster Eugene Torre (Philippines) forSports.

2003 Gusi Peace Prize Laureates

FromlefttoRight: Senator Jesse Anderson Lujan (Guam) forSports; Mr. Julius Babao (Philippines) forBrodcast Journalism; Mr. Maximo V. Soliven (Philippines) forJournalism; Senator Rodolfo Biazon (Philippines) forLegislation; Mr. Fernando Poe, Jr. (Philippines) forCinematic Excellence; Senator Carmen Fernandez (Guam) forEducation; Gusi Peace Prize Chairman Ambassador&Mrs. Barry S. Gusi; HerMajesty QueenofPalau Gloria Gibbon Salii (Palau) forWomen’s Rights; Dean TumpalanoftheUP CollegeofNursingtorepresent Dean Julita V. Sotejo, FounderoftheUP ColegeofNursing (Philippines); Madam Teodora Sotejo Gusi, wifeofCapt. Gemeniano Javier Gusi, FounderoftheGusi Peace Prize; Dr. MildredA. Go (Philippines) forEducation&Children’s Rights; Palau Foreign Minister Timmy Schmull representing President Tommy Remengesau (Palau) forEcosystem&Biodiversity; Dr. Fe Del Mundo representedbyherniece (Philippines) forPediatric Medicine; Ambassador Enrique P. Syquia (Malta) forHumanitarianism; Ms. Teresita Ang See (Philippines) forHuman Rights.

 2002 Gusi Peace Prize Laureates

FromlefttoRight: Anthony Quinn (USA) forCinematic Excellence; Angelo T. Reyes (Philippines) forGovernance; Robert Barbers (Philippines) forHuman Rights; Benjamin Abalos (Philippines) forUrban Development; Sen. Aquilino Pimentel Jr. (Philippines) forLegislation.