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KUKI NDIHO RWANDA
ORPHANS SUPPORT PROJECT
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BROOKLYN, NY 11216 USA

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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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MISS RWANDA 2014 TO ATTEND A GLOBAL CLIMATE SUMMIT IN USA!

We are very Proud to Welcome MISS RWANDA 2014 in Our BIG APPLE! New York City!

Nyampinga AKIWACU Colombe The Winner of MISS RWANDA 2014

Because of her hard working in protecting our environment ( Ibidukikije) in Rwanda, Miss Rwanda was selected to be invited by UN’s Secretary General Ban Ki moon to attend a High Level Climate Change in New York City at UNITED NATIONS HEADQUARTERS. Which is scheduled to take place tomorrow, Wednesday, September 23,2014.
We salute and congratulate Mr. Ban Ki- moon for this very wisely choice.

THE WINNER OF MISS RWANDA 2014, She is a wonderful Business & Proactive  Mindset Young Lady ( NYAMPINGA) who loves to collaborate with other proactive mindset Human being, she also understand the power of music as a positive tool of communication. That is why she collaborate with Rwandan Artist to produce a wonderful song to protect our environment which made Ban Ki moon noticed her courage.
We congratulate her for this powerful & wonderful achievement & We wish her many more.

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has invited world leaders, from government, finance, business, and civil society to Climate Summit 2014 this 23 September to galvanize and catalyze climate action.

He has asked these leaders to bring bold announcements and actions to the Summit that will reduce emissions, strengthen climate resilience, and mobilize political will for a meaningful legal agreement in 2015.

Climate Summit 2014 provides a unique opportunity for leaders to champion an ambitious vision, anchored in action that will enable a meaningful global agreement in 2015.

Representatives from Member States, businesses and civil society will be participating, but there will be many more people who will be following the Summit through the Internet, social media, and a myriad of events taking place throughout the week of 22-28 September during Climate Week. The Summit will also be webcast live on webtv.un.org.

Another way to participate is by finding out how you can take climate action everyday.

More details Please go to http://www.un.org/climatechange/summit/participate/

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Yours in Peace.
Claudine MUKAMABANO
Entrepreneur & Transformation Author : THE POWER OF SOCIAL MEDIA: Be Yourself & Change Somebody’s Life Today!
www.whydoiexist.org
Tel: 347 465 4045

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United Nations International Day of Peace!

By Stephen Dinan, founder and CEO of The Shift Network

Today is the United Nations International Day of Peace!

It is estimated that over 500 million, possibly up to 1 billion, people will celebrate this day of peace!

Around the world at 12pm noon people will observe a minute of silence. Avon Mattison, one of the early supporters of the International Day of Peace, calls this moment of silence a peace wave that circles the world!

The Summer of Peace and all of its partners have been building towards this day! We are thrilled to be having two live calls today — 11 Days of Global Unity at 10am Pacific and the Be The Peace global meditation at 12pm Pacific! (Register free here)

I personally want to thank all of the amazing speakers in the telesummit, along with our friends, colleagues and partners around the world who have made the Summer of Peace an incredible experience. I want to give a special thanks to the Wisdom Council members who have advised the Summer of Peace and to all our hosts that co-created the telesummit: Rick Ulfik (11 Days of Global Unity); David NicolMyra Jackson and the Gaiafield Project (Spirituality and Peace series); Ben HartYuka Saionji and Barbara Arredondo (The Next Generation of Solutions); Eleanor Tara (Peace Through Music); Jay Ponti(Mainstreaming Consciousness); Deborah Moldow (100 Day Countdown to the International Day of Peace); and of course, our Director of Peace, Philip HellmichThe Summer of Peace, like all peacebuilding initiatives, is a collective effort — we each offer our individual gifts (our very hearts, minds and souls) and cooperatively work together for the greater good.

And now, together, we all can participate in making this International Day of Peace a truly global celebration, which includes you too!

In this edition, we loaded it with feature articles from thought leaders who highlight there is a growing wave of peacebuilding. Rev. Deborah Moldow and Monica Willard write about the International Day of Peace; the team at Peace One Day share their amazing global efforts; and, Ambassador John McDonald tells us about the creation of the International Day of Peace in 1981 (a story we published as part of the Summer of Peace). I also am sharing a heartfelt letter I wrote this week to President Obama, applying the first principle of medicine — to “do no harm” — to our actions in the Middle East.

Al Jubitz writes about how Rotary International can play a leading role in grassroots peacebuilding on a global scale. Patrick Hiller from the War Prevention Initiative tells us about the emerging Global Peace System; and,John Filson from the Alliance for Peacebuilding shares realities of making peacebuilding a global priority in 2015 and beyond. The National Peace Academy team offers a brilliant update about their incredible peacebuilding efforts.

Our profiles are from permaculture experts who have taken peacebuilding to their local communities — Rachel Kaplan and Mallika Nair. Several Shift Network team members are signed up for Rachel’s upcoming Permaculture Design Certification training — Permaculture from the Inside Out. It’s a great opportunity to join our team in deepening personal, home and community peace practices. (Mention “Shift Network” to receive an extension of the early bird special $200 discount – click here.)

Also, please take a look at the powerful 11 Days of Global Unity/Summer of Peace summit free recordings, including interviews with Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Deepak Chopra, Amy Goodman and Foday Sajuma(Ebola special report). Also, our Featured Artist, Nahko Bear, is a talented multi-ethnic voice for peace!

Finally, I want to remind you to sign up for one of the exciting conferences we are co-sponsoring, especially the 10X Summit in Los Angeles where  Congressman Tim Ryan and Philip Hellmich, our Director of Peace, will be presenting (see Movement News).

So, from my heart to yours, have a blessed International Day of Peace! Let us all join the Be The Peace meditation today and renew our commitment to being the change we want to see in the world!

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“Now, I can do exercise with my only one arm” Said: REVOCATE a Rwandan Genocide Orphan Survivor

One of the most heart wrenching story I heard from the Trauma Graduate Orphans was from a young lady whose right arm was chopped off by her Killer/Interahamwe during the genocide in Rwanda.

She told me that since 1994, she never receive the opportunity to do any exercise because in school all her professors use to tell her that she can’t do exercise with one arm, therefore she should just seat down and wait until when other students finish to do exercise. I can only imagine her pain during that time and feeling so isolated in society, and was discriminated by her own people for almost 20 years.

She sent me a very emotional thank you message and she said:”Dear Marie Claudine,
Thank you very much for choosing me to be one of the orphans who took the Trauma Training Course. I learned a lot. Most of all, I learned that I can do exercise despite the loss of one of my arm. Suzanne ( the Trainer) showed me care , she showed me how I can do exercise with only one army. I’m so happy now because I can do exercise on my own with one arm. I have started to teach other genocide orphans survivors especial these with disability how to care for themselves.I’m ready to help out the traumatized orphans who most of the time they bring to our local government to get help. . Yes , I will not be able to carry them because I have one arm but at least I will sit down with them, comfort them and share with them some skills and techniques I learned from Trauma Training. One more time, Thank you. ”

11 Rwandan Orphans who Graduated in Trauma Training & Stress Reduction in Kigali Rwanda ata Muhima Primary School

Written by

Marie Claudine MUKAMABANO

Author of  THE POWER OF SOCIAL MEDIA : Be Yourself & Change Somebody’s Life Today!

A Peacemaker – Rwandan Genocide Orphan Survivor

Founder & CEO of WHY DO I EXIST?/ KUKI NDIHO RWANDA ORPHANS SUPPORT PROJECT

1186 Fulton Street
Brooklyn,NY 11216
www.whydoeixist.org
E-mail: claudinepeace@gmail.com
Tel: 347 465 4045
Peace.

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