Dr. Ruben West, special envoy for iChange Nations â¢, presents the Global Award to Nancy Wamaitha during a private ceremony in Nairobi, Kenya.
– Mr. Dr. Clyde Rivers
NAIROBI CITY, GREENSPAN, KENYA, November 28, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Nancy Wamaitha received the iChange Nations â¢ Global Messenger of Hope Award at a private ceremony at the Safari Club Hotel in Nairobi, Kenya. Nancy was recognized for her contribution, continued dedication, and dedication to empowering and improving the lives of others.
Nancy is committed to and supports the education, growth and development of girls. Nancy believes that the most effective investment any country can make, both socially and economically, is raising a girl. Nancy said educating a girl will increase political and civic participation, decrease sexual harassment, increase economic productivity, decrease infant and maternal mortality, decrease child marriage, and decrease the transmission of HIV / AIDS. Nancy is the founder of the Tunaweza Empowerment Foundation. The foundation helps underserved girls stay in the classroom by handing out environmentally friendly sanitary napkins and offering additional educational opportunities and mentoring. With this scalable yet simple solution, Kenyan girls can deliver on the promise of their future.
As the proud mother of two children, a son and a daughter, she also has a rich education and holds degrees from various universities. Nancy holds an MBA in Strategic Management from Daystar University, a BA in Business Administration (BBA, Marketing Option) from Kenya Methodist University, and a Diploma in Business Administration from the Kenya Institute of Management.
Nancy is known for her initiatives, good planning and implementation of projects. These skills have opened the doors to various boards. She is currently the Chair of the Within Foundation. Within the foundation is a dynamic, non-partisan foundation at the forefront of civic life in the region. She also chairs the board of directors of Precious Ones, a CBO that works with people at risk in informal settlements, and focuses on sustainable development goals through teaching skills through training and mentoring. The CBO also focuses on ending poverty by educating and empowering young people.
Nancy is also Vice-Chair of Water is Life, an international NGO committed to using the world’s most cutting-edge technology to help solve the global water crisis. She is also an Associate Member (AMKIM) – Kenya Institute of Management, a Rotarian for Nairobi North and a member of the Naivasha Sports Club, where she plays golf in her spare time.
Donald Toldson of the United States sponsored the Global Messenger of Hope Award and was in attendance to recognize Nancy’s work while her family watched with pride and admiration. The award was presented by iChange Nations â¢ Special Envoy Dr. Ruben West presented.
Dr. Ruben West was appointed by the organization’s president and founder, Dr. Clyde Rivers, named Special Envoy for iChange Nations â¢. Dr. West carries out its global mandate by finding deserving individuals and proposing them to the organization for consideration for the award.
Based on Dr. Clyde Rivers Declaration, ICN aims to honor people and organizations who believe that all life is precious and was created to make a contribution to the world. ICN is the world’s largest network “Building Cultures of Honor”. iChange Nations â¢ is a system of honor culture; The organization is committed to bringing back the lost art of honor by building a culture of honor that recognizes people around the world who have exemplified extraordinary humanitarian efforts to effectively change nations.
Dr. West told the crowd that Nancy Wamaitha’s efforts are commendable and serve as a great example to others.
“Nancy has a vision to help the world and has taken action to make that vision happen. Your recognition with the prestigious Global Messenger of Hope Award is one of my most memorable moments as an ICN Special Envoy.” ~ Dr. Ruben West
During the same ceremony, three other highly deserved individuals received the iChange Nations â¢ awards. Bishop Daniel Kwesi (Kenya) received the Christian Leadership Award, Winnie Joy (Kenya) the World Civility Award and Otis Tobah (Liberia) the Youth Add Value Award.
Nancy Wamaitha’s name is now on the list of world leaders recognized by iChange Nations â¢.
These executives include:
President Yoweri Museveni, Uganda:
He is honored for his outstanding leadership role in creating and maintaining peace in his country.
First Lady, Janet Museveni, of Uganda:
Awarded for the AIDS awareness policy ABC (Abstinence, Birth Control, and Contraception) and
constant struggle for the health of their people.
Vice President of Kenya, Kalonzo Musyoka:
He was honored for his work in the peace process for Kenya, Sudan and Burundi.
President Pierre Nkurunziza, Republic of Burundi:
He was honored for his efforts to pacify a 12-year civil war between his country’s two great tribes. As well as First Lady Denise Nkurunziza, Republic of Burundi, an honor was given for her efforts to provide a better life for the people of her country.
Former President Olusegun Obasanjo of Nigeria:
Awarded for the anti-corruption policy that he implemented in Nigeria.
First Lady Maria de Luz Guebuza, Republic of Mozambique:
Awarded for their humanitarian work for the youth and women of their country as well
Introduction of AIDS awareness programs.
Former President Wolde Giorgis of Ethiopia:
Awarded for his efforts to create a better environment in his country.
Dr. Vanda Pignato – Former 1st Lady of El Salvador:
Awarded for their tireless efforts to protect women’s rights in the Republic of El Salvador.
Dr. Kenneth David Kaunda – Former President of Zambia:
Awarded for his life’s work for peace in Zambia and on the African continent.
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Dr. Clyde Rivers talks about the iChange Nations â¢ Awards