Showing posts with label SDG. Show all posts
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Friday, June 23, 2023

WCH Ambassador, Sean Bardoo Leads the Laptops for Humanity Program of We Care for Humanity


We Care for Humanity (WCH) launched the Laptops for Humanity program in 2023 which aims to bridge the digital divide by providing access to technology for those who may not have the means to afford it. By equipping marginalized individuals with laptops, WCH empowers them with the tools needed to succeed in today's technology-driven world. Through Laptops for Humanity, WCH strives to create opportunities for education, skill development, and economic advancement, ultimately paving the way for a brighter future for these individuals and their communities. 

To lead this program, WCH Founder Queen Maria Amor Leonor Torres Mastura appointed WCH Human Rights Ambassador Sean Bardoo to facilitate the program. Sean, with his background in law and experience as a radio commentator, brings a unique perspective to the Laptops for Humanity program. His dedication to human rights and his passion for making a positive impact on society make him the perfect leader for this initiative. Through his dedication, the program has seen great success in reaching those in need in Uganda and Kenya and providing them with the necessary tools to thrive in an increasingly digital world.

"As the program continues to expand, we are confident that the Laptops for Humanity initiative will touch more lives and make a lasting difference in communities worldwide", said Torres. 

With the support of dedicated individuals like Sean Bardoo and the vision of Queen Maria Amor Leonor Torres Mastura, WCH is committed to creating a brighter future for all through the power of technology and education. Together, they can bridge the digital divide and empower marginalized individuals to reach their full potential.

Friday, April 28, 2023

WCH Founder Visits Ivory Coast to Promote Education for Humanity (E4H)

WCH Founder Queen Amor Leonor Torres recently journeyed to Côte d'Ivoire as part of the Education for Humanity (E4H) Program African Tour, accompanied by Jain University's Foreign Admission Manager, Mr. Santosh Chowdhury.

As the head of the delegation, Torres, also known as the Traveling Queen, held productive discussions with key stakeholders in higher education, academia, and Traditional Chiefs under the guidance of WCH partner, the Human Development Association (HUDAS) headed by Mrs. Alina OUATTARA, located in Côte d'Ivoire.

The Education for Humanity (E4H) initiative seeks to provide scholarships to disadvantaged Ivorian students, enabling them to pursue higher education or vocational training.

During her visit, the Queen took time to visit an organization supporting vulnerable groups such as street children, orphans, juvenile inmates, and widows. Here, she brought joy to the children by providing both sustenance and essential supplies.

"We are dedicated to coming back to Ivory Coast soon to continue our humanitarian work," were her final words before departing from Ivory Coast.

Friday, April 21, 2023

Queen Maria Inaugurates First Water for Humanity Project in Kenya


Kitui/Kenya - We Care for Humanity (WCH) initiated the Water for Humanity project in Kenya, led by Queen Mariam Leonor Torres Mastura, alongside Dr. Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka (10th Vice President of Kenya), Hon. Gideon Mulyungi, and Hon. Irene Kasalu, as well as the local residents of Tita, Katuluni, and Waita ward, Mwingi Central.

During the project launch, former Vice President Musyoka highlighted the importance of providing clean water access to communities in need. The collaboration between WCH and local leaders demonstrated a shared commitment to enhancing the lives of residents in the region.

Queen Maria's dedication to the cause was reflected in her address, where she highlighted the tangible benefits of the project, “although it is a modest project, it will benefit 3000 residents, 800 donkeys, 600 cows, and over 3,000 goats in this area. We plan to initiate more Water for Humanity Projects to support women and girls who travel long distances in search of water during dry seasons.”


Looking ahead, the WCH founder envisioned implementing additional Water for Humanity Projects to alleviate the struggles of women and girls who must travel long distances to find water, particularly in dry periods.

The collaborative and compassionate spirit showcased at the inauguration event sets a positive tone for future efforts aimed at improving water accessibility and enhancing the quality of life for communities in Kenya and beyond.




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