It's so cool when you make a connection with someone who lives so differently than you
Wednesday was our final day of sitting with village groups...
God is Good
After 24 hours of travel, we arrived safely in Rawanda...
Whether with individuals, families or institutions, one carries away an increased sense of who is one's neighbor.
"I wish I had more blankets to give" Kaitlin Rosholm
"In reality, they helped me more than I could ever help them" Azza Abuseif
"Our time in Africa is not a trip for tourists, nor is it a study trip -- it is work"" Dr. Bob Hansen
Humanity for Children is committed to improving the quality of life for children in remote areas of East Africa through community-based, sustainable initiatives that empower individuals and positively affect health, education, safety, and economic conditions. Read more read more
Humanity for Children has adopted a holistic approach to village “health”- We understand that many factors combine to affect the health of children. Thus our projects and programs improve overall individual, family and village “health” by focusing on non-medical initiatives …
As a freshman at Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri, my mind was on getting my degree until Bob Hansen, a key HFC volunteer and my academic advisor, asked a simple question, “Do you want to go to Africa?” This small seed eventually bloomed into taking 3 weeks out of the summer before my senior year to go to Rwanda and Tanzania with a group—and then another 3-week trip after graduation. It has become a part of my life in a way that I never considered possible….