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As Helping Hand for Survivors continues to advocate for women, survivors of rape and their unwanted children, we are reminded of the importance of girls' education. The pictured girls are orphans who don't have access to education because they don't have parents and also stereotyped as they are girl... Read More

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As Helping Hand for Survivors continues to advocate for women, survivors of rape and their unwanted children, we are reminded of the importance of girls' education. The pictured girls are orphans who don't have access to education because they don't have parents and also stereotyped as they are girls and they need help because we all believe no girl should be left behind. When children become orphaned, the burden of looking after them falls on their elders such as grandparents. However, during this pandemic elders are among the most victims of death and as a result children are are left alone living in a dire and impoverished circumstances and that puts children at risk of abuse, child labor, early marriage, and miss the opportunity returning to school.

As every parent in DRC is getting ready to send their children back to school in the midst COVID-19, their children are so excited to receive school supplies and uniforms from them. But orphans like these on the pictures don't have a chance to get anything or even dream of returning to school because they have no parents. They also need education and should not be left behind. HHS is dedicated to bringing change in their lives, but cannot do it without your help. We all know that good education can be translated into a brighter future for these children. It can provide opportunities as well as skills that will allow not only these orphans, but all children to break out the cycle of poverty and successfully bring about change and a bright future. Therefore, we ask that you please donate as they hope to return to school every year. Any help counts and will directly benefit these orphans you see on the picture. May God bless you as you remember those in need. Thank you!

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Kashoro Nyenyezi, on behalf of

Helping Hand for Survivors

Helping Hand for Survivors supports "unwanted" children from raped women in Democratic Republic of Congo. Most of these children are orphans. $120 support a child for a year.

Kashoro Nyenyezi

Originally from the Democratic Republic of Congo DRC, Kashoro holds an undergraduate degree in International Studies and Diplomacy from the State University of New York at Oneonta, NY 2005, and a graduate degree in Public Administration from Strayer University at Washington, DC Campus 2011. As a result of her work with sexually abused women and their children in the DRC, she entered George Mason University in 2015, to pursue a PhD in Conflict Analysis and Resolution and Gender Studies.

Lexington,

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    I saw your talk at UK a few years ago and it haunts me still....happy to help when I can.

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Orphans Support

badge Orphans Support

$115 of $20,000

raised from 4 people

Orphans Support

Kashoro Nyenyezi, on behalf of

Helping Hand for Survivors

Helping Hand for Survivors supports "unwanted" children from raped women in Democratic Republic of Congo. Most of these children are orphans. $120 support a child for a year.

Kashoro Nyenyezi

Originally from the Democratic Republic of Congo DRC, Kashoro holds an undergraduate degree in International Studies and Diplomacy from the State University of New York at Oneonta, NY 2005, and a graduate degree in Public Administration from Strayer University at Washington, DC Campus 2011. As a result of her work with sexually abused women and their children in the DRC, she entered George Mason University in 2015, to pursue a PhD in Conflict Analysis and Resolution and Gender Studies.

Lexington,

Recent Donations

  • $50.00

    Isabel Taylor

    3 months ago

    I believe in you and I believe in the power of your work.

  • $25.00

    Carolyn Cron

    3 months ago

    I saw your talk at UK a few years ago and it haunts me still....happy to help when I can.

  • $20.00

    Kashoro Nyenyezi

    3 months ago

    I support this cause

  • $20.00

    Jean Claude Luhere

    3 months ago

    I support the same cause

Orphans Support

As Helping Hand for Survivors continues to advocate for women, survivors of rape and their unwanted children, we are reminded of the importance of girls' education. The pictured girls are orphans who don't have access to education because they don't have parents and also stereotyped as they are girl... Read More

Youhelp Share

Campaign URL:


As Helping Hand for Survivors continues to advocate for women, survivors of rape and their unwanted children, we are reminded of the importance of girls' education. The pictured girls are orphans who don't have access to education because they don't have parents and also stereotyped as they are girls and they need help because we all believe no girl should be left behind. When children become orphaned, the burden of looking after them falls on their elders such as grandparents. However, during this pandemic elders are among the most victims of death and as a result children are are left alone living in a dire and impoverished circumstances and that puts children at risk of abuse, child labor, early marriage, and miss the opportunity returning to school.

As every parent in DRC is getting ready to send their children back to school in the midst COVID-19, their children are so excited to receive school supplies and uniforms from them. But orphans like these on the pictures don't have a chance to get anything or even dream of returning to school because they have no parents. They also need education and should not be left behind. HHS is dedicated to bringing change in their lives, but cannot do it without your help. We all know that good education can be translated into a brighter future for these children. It can provide opportunities as well as skills that will allow not only these orphans, but all children to break out the cycle of poverty and successfully bring about change and a bright future. Therefore, we ask that you please donate as they hope to return to school every year. Any help counts and will directly benefit these orphans you see on the picture. May God bless you as you remember those in need. Thank you!

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