Founder: Marie Claudine Mukamabano
1186 FULTON STREET
BROOKLYN, NY 11216 USA
Why Do I Exist is an international Non Government Organization (NGO) that is focusing on helping orphans since the tragedy of 1994 of the Genocide against Tutsi in Rwanda. With an initiative of making a world with care and passion, Marie Claudine Mukamabano initiated this Foundation to help and rescue people that were living with no hope. Spoke out with compassion and a hearted spirit the founder advocated for peace and resilience for genocide survivor mainly looking at the Rwandan Orphans.
It is in this regard that, Why Do I Exist is organizing again UN’s International Day for Peace that will take place at Muhima Primary School, Kigali-Rwanda on 21st September 2013.
There will be more speakers from different corner of the society, government officials, and speeches from the Founder, high protocol that will be represented on that day such as different companies that deals with Human rights, Peace building, Peace education, conflict resolutions and social aspects of the society. There will be a great opportunity for the passionate people to offer their help as they support Orphans to get to the next step of their life.
Why Do I exist? Empowers and support the Orphans through different programs and it aims at helping the orphans let alone by the tragedy of 1994 genocide against Tutsi, the founder herself as an orphan survivor of genocide made and still makes possible effort to see Orphans problems, needs catered for.
The Kuki Ndiho Foundation helps rebuild the lives of orphans as well as other children and young adults who have been scarred by the tragic 1994 genocide and its aftermath. It creates within a unique educational and cultural framework, the opportunity to build individual and social developmental momentum and contribute resources, knowledge and support to the recovering communities. We are dedicated to the physical, emotional, Financial, psychological and spiritual healing and cultivation of the lives of the thousands who survived by producing a vastarray of projects which include creating and managing orphanages, education and training programs, social services, community centers, art therapy centers as well as numerous media activism campaigns, films and web sites. The initiative is continuous and works speaks for themselves, come and we celebrate together the UN’s International Day of Peace with The Why Do I exist? KUKI NDIHO RWANDA ORPHANS SUPPORT PROJECT and its partners will be offering support and help to empower orphans.