Humanity for Children is a life changing non profit organization. I have known HFC for a more than 4 years and ever since , everything is coming up roses. I have learned from them life skills such as organisational ans team building that are useful to my daily activities. Most importantly, with HFC I have discovered that transforming people's lives is not all about giving people fish rather teaching them how to fish. Listening to people, putting first their needs first, empowering women and educating children are the drives of any nation's growth! That's why I am proud of the changes being made by Humanity for Children in my country - Rwanda!
I am really proud of this organization for the work that they have been doing internationally, especially in Rwanda, Eastern province, Ngoma district. I am glad to say that my family, friends, neighbors and community members of Gashanda were able to get a health post that takes care of their basic medical needs due to the partnership and collaboration with Humanity for Children. In addition, Humanity for children has reached out to the women that are passionate to use their talents, skills and experiences to starting their own micro income projects. The amazing thing about this organization is, no body gets paid for the life changing work they do, it's all about love and commitment to blessing other people with who they are and what they have.
I can't express enough with my words what HFC has been doing to change people's lives particularly in Rwanda, Kibungo city. I have been working for HFC as an interpreter, translator, advisor, guide and assistant since 2007 and I have seen with my own eyes where dreams came reality, and where projects, ambitions, goals and humanitarian passions get implemented. It is so impressive and humbling experience to get to see mothers and children lining up at one of the most needed HFC health center (Gashanda) to see a nurse/doctor. How awesome, inspiring and rewording is to see micro project groups get together and sit under the tree to share the progress of their own income activities! Personally, I would say that without HFC, I wouldn't be able to come the States to pursuit graduate school. Anyway, there are a lot to say about this nonprofit organization; I wish all international NGOs can learn from HFC such effective and cross -culturally sensitive approaches to serve the world.