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EMAIL MAIRE CLAUDINE
Phone: 347.465.4045
In USA:
KUKI NDIHO RWANDA
ORPHANS SUPPORT PROJECT
1186 FULTON STREET
BROOKLYN, NY 11216 USA

In Rwanda:
KUKI NDIHO RWANDA
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PO. BOX 442 KIGALI, RWANDA

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SNEAKER DRIVE

Kuki Ndiho partners with community organizations, schools of all levels, religious and cultural institutions to gather, collect and ship much-needed clothing items to its orphans in Rwanda. Please write us if interested in learning more at info@kukindiho.org Please include photos of yourself or your family to include with the individual clothing items so that we can thank you on our web site and so those to who receive the items will also know. snd

Annual Sneaker Drive

Seventh and eighth grader at the Christian Formation Student at St. Vincent Martyr Catholic Church in MADISON, NEW JERSEY are holding a sneaker drive for Rwandan Orphans through the holiday season. They will be collecting new or gently used sneakers in all sizes now. Please contact teacher Henry Page at EMAIL HERE

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HONORING BLACK HISTORY MONTH IN USA 2016

To Honor and Celebrate Black History Month in New York City, Friday, February 12, 2016,
A Rwandan Performing Artist and Humanitarian Advocate , Marie Claudine MUKAMABANO who is a 1994 Rwandan Genocide Orphan survivor, will contribute her Artistic talents and Creativity to the traveling exhibit called ” PAX RWANDA “ : Embroideries of the Women of Savane Rutongo-Kibuye.”

The collection is owned and curated by Juliana Meehan, a New Jersey English educator who supports Savane Rutongo-Kibuye’s work. Through Rutongo Embroideries LLC, she purchases the works at fair retail prices and exhibits them in the U.S. Her exhibit has been featured at the Museum of African Art of the SMA Fathers in Tenafly, NJ; The Textile Museum in Washington, DC; The Puffin Foundation in Teaneck, NJ; and other art spaces. Selected works are available for sale.
Rutongo Embroideries, LLC, promotes the work Savane Rutongo-Kibuye, a group of self-taught Rwandan artisans that originated in the small village of Rutongo and now work in the city of Kibuye in Rwanda, East Africa.

These women work as a collective to produce museum-quality embroideries that beautifully render images of Rwandan culture.
Pax Rwanda: Embroideries of the Women of Savane Rutongo-Kibuye is a traveling exhibit that has been featured at the Museum of African Art of the SMA Fathers in Tenafly, NJ; The Textile Museum in Washington, DC; The Puffin Foundation in Teaneck, NJ; and other art spaces.
The women of Savane Rutongo-Kibuye and Christiane Rwagatare, the Founder and Creative Director of the workshop, have won awards for their work in Rwanda, and their embroideries are displayed in their national Rwesero Art Museum at Nyanza. Only recently have they received attention outside of Rwanda.

About MARIE CLAUDINE MUKAMABANO :
The orphan survivor of the 1994 Rwandan Genocide, Ms. Marie Claudine Mukamabano. Marie Claudine shared her life story with the group and the purpose of her organization.
After losing her parents, sister, cousins, aunts, uncles, grandparents, loved ones, friends, classmates, and fellow countrymen during the Rwandan
Genocide, Ms. Claudine’s Catholic faith inspired her to seek the answer to the question of KUKI NDIHO – Why Do I Exist, in her native tongue. This
question now serves as the name of her organization, WHY DO I EXIST ? / KUKI
NDIHO RWANDA ORPHANS SUPPORT PROJECT, which she established in 2005, raising
awareness about the genocide in Rwanda, helping survivors, and aiding orphans of HIV. (For more information or to provide any donation to support
this humanitarian effort, please visit www.whydoiexist.org.)
Claudine, as she prefers to be called, recently discussed Women’s
Issues at the United Nations, and in November 2015, received the Women’s International
Humanitarian Award, that was held at the Bedford Central Presbyterian Church in Brooklyn, where Rev. Dr. Clive E. Neil, the Senior Pastor, is also Humanitarian Artist, Minister and, spokesperson for the Universal Zulu Nation. (The Award was dedicated to the rainbow of virtuous women in the entertainment
world, and juvenile females who encountered physical or verbal abuse on any levels of life or action through human trafficking. These women are making a positive impact in the community.
Ms. Claudine is author of the new book, “THE POWER OF SOCIAL MEDIA: Be Yourself & Change Somebody’s Life Today.” This is an excellent resource for every person who seeks to maximize the use of Social Media to change the
lives of others. She describes the power of each person’s potential growth tk expand and bring it to a level beyond one’s imagination! She offers her life’s work as an example, in a thrilling, entertaining, and exciting manner, attempting to empower others to effectively use Social Media.
Ms. Claudine’s other recognition in awards include: The 2014 ‘Impact Maker in Development on the African continent’ by Nigerian News Journey in Lagos; the 2013 Africa Brave Award Winner in New York City; the 2012 Humanitarian
Achievements Award Winner; and, the 2011 African Community Leader Award Winner. In
2010, she was recognized, and was the winner of an Ambassador for Peace Award.
Ms. Claudine received recognition from The Assembly of State of New York for turning a life of hardship into one of leadership and advocacy in May 2011,
on the occasion of the Africa Day Celebration. In 2011, Miss Claudine
graduated from the International Trauma Studies, a program directed by Dr. Jack Saul, a professor at Columbia University.
In her everyday life and activities, Ms. Claudine loves to educate people in the Power of Innovation Technology, Leadership, Marketing, Entrepreneurship, and Social Media
MORE ABOUT COLLECTION EXHIBITION , PLEASE CLICK HERE http://rutongoembroideries.com/permanent-collection/

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WOW! The 2015 COMMUNITY AWARD WINNER, Over 10,000 people voted for me to be the recipient of this award !

THANK GOD !
I AM GRATEFUL & THANKFUL!
On Saturday, October 31, 2015, history was made at Mary Burch Theater Essex County College at Newark, New Jersey. It was the first annual African Entertainment Awards (AEA). Many superstars from the continent of Africa and the African diaspora, including Haiti, attended the AEA. The host, Mr. Dominic Tamin and his team did a superb job.

The purpose for the African Entertainment Awards-USA is to create a platform for the voicing and advancing of the African Diaspora around the world and also addressing issues affecting Africans in the United States and its territories. During the award, several causes were be promoted.

I was honored to receive the 2015 COMMUNITY AWARD. Over 10,000 people voted for me to be the recipient of this award! It was an unbelievable experience. I couldn’t imagine that I was receiving the award. I had to pause and think of the hard work, sleepless nights, and self-less decisions I made so that I could help others in my local and global communities. It was a memorable experience receiving the award in the midst of African all-stars, and movers and shakers!

I give thanks to my Creatorthe Almighty, for giving me Joy, Courage, Wisdom, Energy, Dedication, Endurance, Commitment, and LOVE. As a Humanitarian Entrepreneur, our initiatives are LOUD AND CLEAR – as LOUD AS MUSIC and as CLEAR as MEDIA.

Marie Claudine MUKAMABANO

Saturday, October 31 in Newark , New Jersey, A HISTORY WAS MADE.
FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER, IN USA WE HAD AN AFRICAN ENTERTAINMENT AWARDS WHERE MANY SUPER STARS AFRICAN ARTISTS ATTENDED FROM AFRICAN CONTINENT THE MOTHER LAND BABY, THE MOTHER LAND.
AFRICAN STARS CAME FROM EAST AFRICA, WESTERN AFRICA, NORTH AFRICA, CENTRAL AFRICA, SOUTH AFRICA, STARS FROM HAITI, AND DIASPORA.Good Job Mr. Dominic Tamin and Your Team.
Yeapu!
I was very happy to RECEIVE MY 2015 COMMUNITY AWARD during an AFRICAN ENTERTAINMENT AWARDS CEREMONY in 2015.
Baby in front of ALL AFRICAN SUPER STARS in USA, from around the Corner of the World,Diaspora and those who came from the Continent of Africa, Mother Land
as an African Myself , I could not believe what my eyes experienced, I thought I was just DREAMING. I posed a second and I wonder if I am the person who are getting an award in the moment,
So, when My mind took my spirit away to remind me the hard work, days, nits, selfless decisions I every day take in spirit of helping others in my Local and Global Community, then I was like WOW! Its Really ME who is getting this 2015 COMMUNITY AWARD, SHARING THE STAGE WITH ALL MY LOVELY WONDERFUL AFRICAN SUPER STARS WHOM I LOVE AND ADMIRE SO MUCH.
Nothing else I can do except to give THANKS TO my CREATOR ,Almighty who give me Joy, Courage, Wisdom , Energies, Dedication, Endurance, Commitments, LOVE.
As an Humanitarian Entrepreneurs,
Our initiatives, Work is LOUD AND CLEAR.
LOUD AS MUSIC
CLEAR AS NEWS IN MEDIA.
I AM FOREVER THANKFUL & GRATEFUL !
I LOVE YOU ALL
GOD BLESS YOU
PEACE.
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Marie Claudine Mukamabano
The 2015 CNN HERO NOMINEE
Radio Host ” CLAUDINE ON FIRE ! & TV Personality
Performing Artist & Humanitarian Entrepreneur
Author of THE POWER OF SOCIAL MEDIA : Be Yourself & Change Somebody’s Life Today !
FORGIVENESS : A Transformation Power for Pain to a Joyful Life Style
Founder & Chief Executive Officer of WHY DO I EXIST ? KUKI NDIHO RWANDA ORPHANS SUPPORT PROJECT
Co- Founder of MISS GLOBAL PEACE PAGEANT.
Marketing Director of ABS Travel New York
www.whydoiexist.org
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About Marie Claudine Mukamabano
Transformation Author of THE POWER OF SOCIAL MEDIA : Be Yourself & Change Somebody’s Life Today !
After losing her parents, sister, cousins, aunts, uncles, grandparents, loved ones, friends, classmates, and fellow countrymen during the Rwandan Genocide, Ms. Marie Claudine’s Catholic faith inspired her to seek the answer to the question of KUKI NDIHO​ — Why Do I Exist, in her native tongue.​ ​ This question now serves as the name of her organization, Why Do I Exist/ Kuki Ndiho Rwanda Orphans Support Project​, ​which she established in 2005 to raise awareness on the genocide in Rwanda, help survivors, and aid orphans of HIV. (For mor​e​ information or to provide any donation ​to support this humanitarian effort​, please visit whydoiexist.org.)​

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“THE POWER OF SOCIAL MEDIA ” My Book Signing , this Sunday, December 6,2015 in Brooklyn.

Coming UP ! THIS SUNDAY !

Creativity of Miss Marie Claudine MUKAMABANO, Founder & Chief Executive Officer of THE WHY DO I EXIST? KUKI NDIHO RWANDA ORPHANS SUPPORT PROJECT

SPEAKING ENGAGEMENT & My BOOK SIGNING ” THE POWER OF SOCIAL MEDIA : IN BROOKLYN, NY.
YEAPU!
This First Sunday, DECEMBER 6, 2015 ” PEACE DECEMBER ”
from 11:00 until 2:30pm
LOCATION – LOCATION
Brooklyn,
1200 Dean Street & Nostrand

Brooklyn, NY 11216 (for specific directions click on the map button or take the A, C, or #3 train to Nostrand Avenue)
I can’t wait to share my story AS a Teenage Orphan, Survivor of Genocide who refused to seek revenge BUT CHOOSE the PATH TO FORGIVE AS JUST A TEENAGER. TO GOD BE THE GLORY ! AMEN.
Today, I am a PEACEMAKER, IN 2010 I won an AMBASSADOR FOR PEACE AWARD at United Nations, Headquarters in New York City.
As, a Published Author of THE POWER OF SOCIAL MEDIA : Be Yourself & Change Somebody’s Life Today !
I will share with you 5 Tips to MAXIMIZE THE POWER OF SOCIAL MEDIA!
AND
My Testimonial ABOUT the GOODNESS OF MY CREATOR , Almighty God.
How God heals many souls trough my Ministries and My Humanitarian Work as well as MY WOMEN EMPOWERMENT INITIATIVES.

” Marie Claudine MUKAMABANO’ s Transformation Audio Book is an excellent resource for every person who seeks to maximize the use of Social Media to change the lives of others.

In her book, Ms. Mukamabano describes the potential growth each person has to expand a company and bring it to a level beyond one’s imagination. She offers her life’s work as an example in a thrilling, entertaining, and exciting matter. In her Audio Book, no one will leave disappointed, but be Empowered to effectively use Social Media.

Marie Claudine MUKAMABANO , because of her Efforts, Work and initiative as well as her Humanitarian , PEACE PROMOTER and Philanthropist activities , she was recognized to be

The 2015 CNN HERO

The International Women Humanitarian Achievements Award Winner,

The 2014 ‘Impact Maker in Development on the African continent’ by Nigerian News Journey in Lagos
And also
The 2013 Africa Brave Award Winner in New York City, 2012 Humanitarian Achievements Award Winner, 2011 African Community Leader Award Winner & 2010 Ambassador for Peace Award Winner.

Marie Claudine Mukamabano, an orphan-survivor of Rwandan genocide, has received recognition from The Assembly of State of New York for turning a life of hardship into one of leadership and advocacy. on May 2011 on the occasion of the Africa Day Celebration.

In 2011, Miss Claudine graduated at the International Trauma Studies a program directed by Dr. Jack Saul a professor at Columbia University.

Today,Miss Claudine is a Transformation Author of “THE POWER OF SOCIAL MEDIA: Be Yourself & Change Somebody’s Life Today.

In her everyday life and activities, Miss Claudine loves to educate people the Power of Innovation Technology,Leadership- Marketing, Entrepreneurship and Social Media.

INTERNATIONAL TRANSFORMATION SPEAKER
Marie Claudine MUKAMABANO,
After losing her parents, sister, cousins, aunts, uncles, grandparents, loved ones, friends, classmates, and fellow countrymen during the Rwandan Genocide, Ms. Mukamabano’s Catholic faith inspired her to seek the answer to the question of KUKI NDIHO​ — Why Do I Exist, in her native tongue.​ ​ This question now serves as the name of her organization​, Why Do I Exist/ Kuki Ndiho Rwanda Orphans Support Project ​, ​which she established in 2005 to raise awareness on the genocide in Rwanda, help survivors, and aid orphans of HIV. (For mor​e​ information or to provide any donation ​to support this humanitarian effort​​, please visit whydoiexist.org.)

For Sponsorship , Collaborations or Partnership please call 347 465 4045 or E-mail : claudinepeace@gmail.com

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