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
"The people are warm, the climate is warm, and the culture is warm" Meredith Bolen
Bret Robertson talks about Soccer Academy
My name is Bernard Mugisha. I am a Rwandan and will be a sophomore at Westminster College.
Changing the World: HFC Group Depart for Africa
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.
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 I traveled with eight other Americans through Rwanda and Tanzania I discovered the true gift of humanity. It is a bit cliché, but I strongly believe I was given as much as or more than what I was able to give to the people of Africa. Without a doubt all our lives were changed for the better. With help from the dictionary, humanity is defined as having: compassion, brotherly love, fraternity, fellow feeling, philanthropy, humaneness, kindness, consideration, understanding, sympathy, and tolerance for the human race (each other).These are the words that are brought to mind when I think back on our trip. Our group was special. The people of Rwanda and Tanzania are special. And I was blessed to be a part of such a powerful and meaningful experience. HFC is an incredible opportunity just waiting to happen. Join us!