EMAIL US EMAIL MAIRE CLAUDINE
KUKI NDIHO RWANDA
ORPHANS SUPPORT PROJECT
1186 FULTON STREET
BROOKLYN, NY 11216 USA
KUKI NDIHO RWANDA
Paroisse Ste FAMILLE
PO. BOX 442 KIGALI, RWANDA
Kuki Ndiho partners with community organizations, schools of all levels, religious and cultural institutions to gather, collect and ship much-needed clothing items to its orphans in Rwanda. Please write us if interested in learning more at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include photos of yourself or your family to include with the individual clothing items so that we can thank you on our web site and so those to who receive the items will also know.
Annual Sneaker Drive
Seventh and eighth grader at the Christian Formation Student at St. Vincent Martyr Catholic Church in MADISON, NEW JERSEY are holding a sneaker drive for Rwandan Orphans through the holiday season. They will be collecting new or gently used sneakers in all sizes now.
Please contact teacher Henry Page at EMAIL HERE
Marie Claudine Mukamabano
Birthday Gifts That Give Back
On Easter MONDAY, APRIL 17, 2017, from 7pm-9pm, Rwandan Orphan, Genocide Survivor Marie Claudine MUKAMABANO will Honor her Wonderful Mother in celebration of her birthday in New York City.
Ms. Mukamabano holds many roles. She is a Philanthropist, Humanitarian, Ambassador for Peace, Mult-Talented Artist Actress, and Self- Published Author. Recently, she obtained the honor and title of MISS GLOBAL PEACE 2017.
She said, “I am grateful to have this opportunity to raise money for the charitable work of my organization, WHY DO I EXIST ? / KUKI NDIHO RWANDA ORPHANS SUPPORT PROJECT, as well as enforce the mission of MISS GLOBAL PEACE, which is to prevent Genocide, War, Conflicts, and any form of Discrimination in order to Promote Peace, Forgiveness, Human Dignity, Human Rights, and Economic Empowerment for Women & Girls.”
Portions of the donations will help support the expenses of her national city tours in the USA. She will share her inspirational testimony and message of surviving and overcoming the live Circumstances and Challenges, She will also share people whom her Life Testimonial inspired to transformer theirs Own Lives. More details and Booking for Your Seat or Just To Collaborate AND help raise funds, please contact her at email@example.com
Or Call 347 465 4045
A Rwandan Orphan, Genocide Survivor, Philanthropist, Humanitarian, Ambassador for Peace, Mult-Talented Artist and Actress , Self- Published Author , Marie Claudine MUKAMABANO, She is the New” MISS GLOBAL PEACE 2017 !!!!! Crowned by US Small Business Administration, Economic Development Supervisory Jennifer J. with Western African University Students Leaders Mr. Arnauld B. at the United Nations Committee on Commission on Statues of Women. CSW 61
“ Dear Marie Claudine Mukamabano
you are the perfect woman to wear that crown and sash, my dear! So glad I was able to get there today and hear you encourage others and ignite the creative energy of people around you through YOUR story of courage and reclamation! you are AWESOME!!! ” Kathleen. American Actress in New York City & Philanthropist.
” Hi Marie,
It was so nice to meet you today, and hear your inspiring entrepreneurial story. I am in awe of how the Lord has used you to accomplish his will, and how he used your desire to be a movie star, to create an inspiring documentary of your life. I was also so inspired by your energy and how you have served others and the Lord has returned it by providing for you. ”
” Congratulations. Quite an accomplishment. I never expected anything less. Your fame spreads!!” Said; Miss Jeri , My Entrepreneurship Teacher at FAST TRACK , NEW YORK, SMALL BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
“Awesome woman and at a well deserved time. It’s women “Herstory” month.” Dianne a Facebook Friend.
———————————————————– MISS GLOBAL PEACE. with Mission to Promote Peace, Women & Girls Empowerment, Resolution 1325, Effective Leadership Communication , Entrepreneurship Technology and Social Media Marketing
More details about accomplishments of our New Miss Global Peace Please go to
You are invited to attend the screening of our Entrepreneurship Documentary Film and engage in lively panel discussions on the following topic: ENTREPRENEURSHIP, The Tool to Economically Empower Women, Girls, Our Families and Orphans to Sustain Themselves and Their Communities Locally and Globally. Come to share and learn strategies and best practices to inspire and encourage creativity and productivity at our parallel event during the NGOs United Nations Commission on Statues of Women (CSW61) Forum.
DATE: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22,2017
Time: 10:30:00 AM
Venue: Salvation Army
LOCATION Salvation Army between 2rd & 3 Avenue
221 E 52nd St, New York, NY 10022
Initiated and Organized by A CNN HERO NOMINEE & SELF PUBLISHED AUTHOR, Marie Claudine MUKAMABANO, A Rwandan Orphan, Genocide Survivor, Founder and CEO of WHY DO I EXIST ? KUKI NDIHO RWANDA ORPHANS SUPPORT PROJECT with a Mission to Promote Peace, HEAL & EMPOWER RWANDAN ORPHANS AND WOMEN AND GIRLS AROUND THE WORLD.
Sponsor: Grameen American Bank To Economically Empower Women and Girls around the World, Founded by The 2006 Nobel Peace Prize MUHAMMAD YUNUS , THE WHY DO I EXIST ? KUKI NDIHO RWANDAN ORPHANS SUPPORT PROJECT,… We are still looking for Co- Sponsors , Collaborators and Partners ; Please Feel Free to call Miss Claudine at 347 465 4045 or E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Today ! Thank you.
We filmed & created ENTREPRENEURSHIP Film Documentary to send to African youth very especially to Rwanda Orphans to inspire them and create their own income generating activities. Those activities will help them sustain themselves and their loved ones. However, the materials was so productive and well received that we decided to distribute them to other countries around the world. This is why we applied and got the approval to screen that documentary at the United Nations during the next Women Global Gathering Conferences (CSW 61) this month.
In order to make our Film available around the World we are looking for collaborators , partners, investors and distributors for our NEW INNOVATION.
Please Click on the link below to enjoy our 5 minutes Clip / Introduction
FEEL FREE TO SHARE THE VIDEO BELOW WITH YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY
JOIN OUR INITIATIVE . THANK YOU & GOD BLESS YOU. PEACE !
MORE ABOUT THE EXCECUTIVE PRODUCER AND INPIRATION TO THIS DOCUMENTARY FILM
Marie Claudine MUKAMABANO During the genocide in Rwanda, I find myself jumping over the bodies of the people, children were being killed from my left and right, people were being shot in front of me. I really didn’t think I’d survive, I thought I’d die like everyone else. Therefore, I took a vow before God. I said, “Lord, if you save my life and I survive, I will do everything in my ability to help Rwandan orphans”.
Before that, my dream was to get a PhD in mathematics because I was really good in it. I was the first young girl in my school to win a scholarship to study Mathematics in the best Catholic school in Rwanda named “College Saint Andrew”. I was brilliant, So I thought nothing would stop me to get the PhD, and invent something which students would learn in school such as inventions of Archimedes, Pythagoras , or like others scientists who invented something that changed the world. It was a big dream for my age but I wanted to leave a legacy. My plan was to call it my full name “Marie Claudine MUKAMABANO”. I could visualize my invention in my dream when I was still in elementary school.
It would have been wonderful to have the students everywhere learning about my invention. So, the moment I made a promise to God to help the orphans, I changed my plan. I said that if God saved my life, I would not get the PhD in mathematics but instead I will study business and establish my organization to raise money, and to help orphans. Economics was my favorite field since it has a lot to do with math, because I really love math.
Due to the lack of the required number of students to study Economics, I was obliged to study business instead.
Why Do I Exist? Is a question I ask myself as a genocide survivor and I believe that my existence is to praise God and help others. I believe my existence is to change somebody’s life. I believe it’s my duty to promote peace, and to prevent evil acts by promoting the acts of kindness, and the benefits of performing God’s holiness.
In September 2005 when I was dancing with the Rwanda Dance Group, and we were talking about the genocide and the survivors in Rwanda. We were planning to figure out our next step as artists to help improve the lives of survivors, especially the orphans, which is my life’s mission. I remember telling Rwanda Super Star Jean Paul SAMPUTU that I wanted to name the organization that reflected myself, something that will make me definitely feel responsible for somebody. It came up in my mother tongue, KUKI NDIHO? “Why Do I Exist?” “Why I Exist?”
Sometimes, we blame other people for our failures; and we sit down with our arms crossed assuming that they will do something to solve our problems. I wanted to do something for the helpless to take responsibility, and make a difference in somebody’s life, because I wanted to acknowledge how God saved my life. That’s how Why Do I Exist came to life. It helped me to fulfill my promises to God, and the vow I made to God during the genocide in Rwanda.
THANK YOU so very much for all my friends and supporters who are helping to advance my Book writing project
Thank you so much for your ideas and guidance. Thank you. Thank you. May God continue to protect and bless you. Peace.
Marie Claudine MUKAMABANO
Founder & CEO of
WHY DO I EXIST?/ KUKI NDIHO RWANDA ORPHANS SUPPORT PROJECT
Kuki Ndiho Foundation :: Why Do I Exist
Marie Claudine, your mother would be so proud that you have turned such a horrible thing into a mission for peace and love across the world. Merry Christmas to you!
Dear Ms. Mukamabano,
I attended your “Never Again” in action presentation today at Lehigh University. I just wanted to thank you for your beautiful words. Your strong belief in God and your courage is truly admirable. Thank You again, and I hope to help with your organization in some way.
Dear Marie Claudine
I am very happy to have met you at our Ugandan Independence celebrations in Manhattan. Your love and enthusiasm was great and now after perusing through this great work of KUKI NDIHO I do want to thank you and encourage to continue doing so. Thank you for remembering the less fortunate. Most of us get here and just think about ourselves instead of working for those that are marginalized and destitute back home. Thank you for not only being an ambossodar of peace but also of hope and love. I cannot wait to see you or to work with you again. May God blessed your work.
” I thank the Kuki Ndiho Foundation for being proactive in bringing people’s attention to the needs of children in Rwanda. Our help is vital to providing them with the tools they need to succeed in the future.
The time that I spent in Rwanda working for the Kuki Ndiho Foundation made me truly appreciate Rwandan culture and the country’s people, who have shown such resilience in the face of the hardships resulting from the genocide of 1994. Rwanda’s people continue to build strength in Rwandan identity, shedding divisions over ethnic tensions .
”Jennifer BELLISARIO KUKI NDIHO Foundantion’s intern Summer 2010
I was so excited to meet you when you came to Mary Help of Christians Academy that in words I am not able to express how I felt. It was amazing to see you speak about the genocide with such calmness. I truly saw that in you there was peace. I am very grateful that I got the chance to meet you and I proudly wear the pin that you gave me. Once again thanks for coming to our school.
— Janiela Campusano, student
Hi it is Elisa Hack we met at church on Sunday. I know helping change the world can sometimes be a overwhelming task. If we all can choose one place to help then we can transform that one place in way we can. I choose Rwanda and I would like to support you in anyway I can.
Keep in touch,
— Elisa, student
Congratulations my friend. Keep up the good work!
May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in Him.
— Rev. Alain L. Ndagijimana
Congratulations and please, never stop doing your things. This effort will benefit all of us and Rwanda as whole and for all in the future and I am very proud of you. Please, let us know if we can help on anything, providing some T-shirts that describe the event or something. In case you are interested, we can work on the design and provide you completed t-shirts at a very reasonable price.
— God Bless! Bill Ntwali
Congratulations!! That’s fantastic!!
Thinking of you and sending you love, peace and continued strength
Be Free, let the wind take u where your heart most desires to be!