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Minority Health Promotion Initiative (MHPI)
Registered in the USA
Motto: Health promotion and disease prevention among the
underserved and underprivileged in society.
PREVENTION OF CHOLERA OUTBREAK!!
A BOREHOLE DRINKING WATER SUPPLY PROJECT FOR REFUGEES IN NIGERIA
THE PROBLEM AND NEED
According to UNHRC, there is a refugee crisis in Nigeria because of influx from Southern Cameroons (Ambazonia) since October 1, 2017. Entire families and villages are on the run for their dear lives escaping from genocide and ethnic cleansing carnage by the Government of Cameroon with their armed operation against unarmed peaceful Ambazonians who are asserting their right to self-determination as a people through the restoration of their Independence. As of December 2017, there are over 50,000 refugees at different locations in Nigeria. The old and young, women and men, pregnant women, and people with disability are on the run. Clean drinking water is lacking.
FEAR OF CHOLERA OUTBREAK
The lack of drinking water is now a very urgent crisis among the refugees. The WHO expresses fear of possible Cholera outbreak in this population. Please let us PREVENT Cholera outbreak by donating for drinking water through borehole technology. Minority Health Promotion Initiative is working in Collaboration with DORIS O SOLUTIONS Ltd., a local NGO in Calabar, Nigeria contracting with ITECH Drilling Ventures of Nigeria to construct the boreholes.
Cholera outbreak will be kill many refugees. The purpose of the Borehole Drinking Water Supply Project (BODRIWASP) is toprevent Cholera outbreak. Click the link below to watch a short Video of the refugees:
At a cost of $8507.00 per borehole, the total cost will be $8507.00 X 7= $59,549.00. Therefore, for a cost of approximately $60,000.00, we can supply Clean Drinking water at all locations. MHPI has a goal to raise this total amount. We count on your humanitarian and goodwill donations to realize Project BODRIWASP.
HOW TO DONATE TO PROJECT BODRIWASP
All donations are tax deductible in the USA. There are three ways you can donate to the Refugee Borehole Drinking Water Project.
- Online through www.Paypal.com or through Google Wallet: https://wallet.google.com Email Account: firstname.lastname@example.org
SMS Text to Donate: https://secure.givelively.org/donate/minority-health-promotion-initiative
2. Pay by electronic Check (ACH), Wire or other transfers to MHPI Bank Account.
Regions Bank Ruston, Louisiana USA: Acct. No. 0226610663: Routing No. 065403626
International Swift Code: UPNBUS44 Address: 1317 N. Trenton Rd, Ruston LA 71270, USA
3. Check or Money Order payable to MHPI, Inc. Memo, Borehole Water Supply Refugees
Mail to: 1502 Haskell Dr., Ruston Louisiana 71270, USA.
4. Donate via GoFundMe - GoFundMe
THANK YOU FOR URGENT SUPPORT
PROJECT 2017: SCHOLARSHIP
INITIATIVE FOR CHILDREN ORPHANED BY HIV/AIDS, TB
MALARIA AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
Minority Health Promotion Initiative, Inc. (NGO)
Registered 501 (C) (3)
OVERVIEW: FACT SHEET ABOUT HIV/AIDS IN CAMEROON
According to National AIDS Control Committee,
Central Technical Group (2010) in the publication
titled "The Impact of HIV/AIDS in Cameroon through
2020", the number of children orphaned by AIDS, Tb,
and Malaria -- children under age 18 who have lost one
or both parents to AIDS -- has increased dramatically,
rising from 13,000 orphans in 1995 to 304,000 in
2010. By 2020, this number is projected to rise to
350,000. Children orphaned by AIDS represent about
25% of Cameroon's total 1,200,000 orphans in 2010.
Providing appropriate support and care for orphans
and vulnerable children (OVC) poses challenges for
both families and society. Many OVC live outside of
family support, and many OVC are marginalized,
stigmatized, isolated, and discriminated against.
Consequently, they are exposed to harmful conditions
such as lack of schooling, low literacy, begging,
pedophilia, juvenile delinquency, prostitution,
violence, and the transmission of HIV and other
sexually transmissible infections (STIs). You can
read more about the impact of HIV/AIDS in Cameroon
by clicking on the following link:
HIV/AIDS in Cameroon
There is need for our
collaborative support to children orphaned by
HIV/AIDS and people with disabilities to attend
School. Minority Health Promotion Initiative, Inc.,
(MHPI) NGO is focused on providing support to
orphanages and awarding Scholarships to Orphans and
People with disabilities to attend school at all
levels-- Primary, Secondary, Technical,
Professional, and Institutions of Higher Education (IHE).
Your donation will provide education to this
underprivileged and underserved segment of society.
A mind is a terrible thing to waste. MHPI is
determined to transform lives, educate, empower and
engage youths so as to contribute positively to
national economic productivity. You could be
sponsoring a future Scientist, Doctor, Lawyer,
Entrepreneur, Administrator, Representative, Senator
or President. The goal of MHPI is to raise at least
$100,000.00 to start awarding Scholarships as well
as serving as a thousand points of light to children
orphaned by HIV/AIDS and People with disabilities.
Just imagine that $1000.00 will sponsor an orphan
through a nursing program or Technical School or
Secondary School or University for one year. All
donations are tax deductible in the USA.
For further inquiries
and interest in partnering, please email email@example.com
or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call
(318)344-8955 or (318)254-0654. Let us join hands
and support these orphans and people with
disabilities to enhance their lives and foster
national economic productivity.
You can also donate
online or electronically on the webpage by clicking
DONATE. If you are donating by Check or Money Order,
please make it payable to MHPI, Inc. and send to
Executive Director MHPI, Inc. P.O. Box 399,
Grambling LA 71245. There is no lower nor upper
limit for donating. Thank You. For previous scholarship activities, click on 2016 Awards of Scholarship and Gifts to Orphaned and Vulnerable Children.
GO FUNDME DONATION: Quick and Easy https://www.gofundme.com/scholarshiporphans