YOU ARE INVITED !
SAVE THE DATE , FEBRUARY 7, 2017.
The United Methodist Women at UN Church Center in Collaboration with the WHY DO I EXIST ? KUKI NDIHO RWANDA ORPHANS SUPPORT PROJECT
Request Your Presence and Support
to Our Global Day for HEALING PRAYER TO HEAL WOUNDED HEARTS OF RWANDAN ORPHANS as well as Orphans around the World.
Join us in spirit of Honoring UN ‘s Resolution to Request Assistance to survivors of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda, particularly ORPHANS, Widows and Victims of Sexual violence.
TIME : 12:30 pm until 1:30 pm
DATE : Tuesday, FEBRUARY 7,2017
LOCATION : UN CHURCH CENTER
E 44 Street & 1 St Avenue.
ALL ARE WELCOME YOU ARE ALL WELCOME
EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
For Collaborations, Partnership and Sponsorship or DONATIONS
Please Call Marie Claudine Mukamabano 347 465 4045
or E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Testimonial of a Rwandan Teenager Orphan Girl :
“For children like us who live in child headed households, when we have no parents, we live under very difficult conditions; life is very hard and there are times when we are actually even starving,” says Justine a 14 Years Old Teenager Orphan Girl lives in Rwanda.
According to the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF), there are more than one million orphans in Rwanda. The highest proportion of these were orphaned as a result of the genocide in 1994, however since then, increasing numbers of children are being orphaned as a result of HIV/AIDS.
It is common to see older children raising younger ones by themselves in post-genocide Rwanda today. After the genocide, Rwanda had among the highest proportions of child-headed families in the world — some 42,000 households struggling to raise an estimated 101,000 children.
Many of these children do not go to school or eat regularly. Some, as a result of the widespread rape during the genocide and the increased spread of HIV/AIDs, are now falling ill themselves. Many are at risk of exploitation and abuse. It is a generation that has lost its childhood and whose future is very much at risk.
One of the greatest challenges facing Rwanda today is how to care for its massive population of orphans.
Please Join us
HEAL & EMPOWER RWANDAN ORPHANS TOGETHER !
Your Sister in Kindness and Making a Difference
Marie Claudine Mukamabano
Genocide Survivor, Rwandan Orphan
Transformation Global Teacher in Making a Difference in Yourself and around You.
Impact-maker in African Continent
Global Professional Speaker
Genocide Survivor, Rwandan Orphan who decided to BECOME A VICTORIOUS instead of just being a VICTIM.
Self – Published Author :
THE POWER OF SOCIAL MEDIA : Be Yourself & Change Somebody ‘s Life Today !
WOMEN INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN AWARD WINNER
Multi- LEADERSHIP & PEACEMAKER Awards Winner for Turning a Life of Hardship into One of Leadership and Advocacy by Creating The WHY DO I EXIST ? / KUKI NDIHO RWANDA ORPHANS SUPPORT PROJECT
Tel: 347 465 4045