Philanthropy

Pacifique Niyonsenga- A Survivor, Giving Hope to Fellow Street Kids.

Pacifique Niyonsenga- A Survivor, Giving Hope to Fellow Street Kids.

Real wealth cannot be measured by the quantity of one’s material acquisitions or belongings, but by the quality of one’s impact in the lives of others. In the same way, true kindness cannot be measured by a person’s ability to give, expecting something in return, but his ...

Lovelyn Okafor

March 3rd, 2015

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How Justus Uwayesu Rose From the Garbage Dump to the Halls of Harvard.

How Justus Uwayesu Rose From the Garbage Dump to the Halls of Harvard.

The antecedents of his birth didn’t in anyway offer many options. Justus Uwayesu was only 2 years old in 1994 when the untold fate that befell most Rwandans at the time bore an indelible mark in his life. He lost his parents that year, during the genocide. His father ...

Lovelyn Okafor

November 6th, 2014

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Stephanie Nyombayire.……..More Than a Survivor.

Stephanie Nyombayire.……..More Than a Survivor.

Pain! ………..can either make us cry, confused, vent in anger, want to lose hope and give up on life Or it can make us see things differently, show some compassion and love unconditionally. Stephanie Nyombayire has done something amazing with her pain. Instead of venting in ...

Lovelyn Okafor

August 21st, 2014

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