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EMAIL MAIRE CLAUDINE
Phone: 347.465.4045
In USA:
KUKI NDIHO RWANDA
ORPHANS SUPPORT PROJECT
1186 FULTON STREET
BROOKLYN, NY 11216 USA

In Rwanda:
KUKI NDIHO RWANDA
Paroisse Ste FAMILLE
PO. BOX 442 KIGALI, RWANDA

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SNEAKER DRIVE

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 info@kukindiho.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. snd

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

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MAKE My BOOK BECOME THE NEXT BESTSELLER & SUPPORTS MY TRIP TO LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA April 8, 9, 10 and 11, 2015.

MAKE My BOOK BECOME THE NEXT BESTSELLER & SUPPORT MY TRIP TO LOS ANGELES , CALIFORNIA and SCHOOL VISIT to INSPIRE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS WITH MY  HORRIBLE GENOCIDE SURVIVING STORY AND THE POWER OF FORGIVENESS
April  8, 9,10 and 11, 2015.

DONATE  TODAY!   ALL $ COUNT!

I CAN’T WAIT to  BE in California to  meet and learn from  Other Bestselling Authors from around the world , Publishing Media industries as well as Many  Agents, Marketers, Promoters and Filmmakers !
Please!  DONATE NOW! Support My Dream.

THANK YOU!

Send your Tax Deductible Donation to:

Claudine MUKAMABANO
1186 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY 11216

For any Question or Concern
Please Call me at 347 465 4045
Email: claudinepeace@gmail.com
www.whydoiexist.org
Transformation Speaker & Author, THE POWER OF SOCIAL MEDIA: Be Yourself & Change Somebody’s Life Today!

Founder ,Chief Executive Officer & Chief Fundraising Officer of WHY DO I EXIST ?  KUKI NDIHO RWANDA ORPHANS SUPPORT PROJECT

” Marie Claudine MUKAMABANO’ s Transformation  Audio Book is an excellent resource for every person who seeks  to maximize the use of  Social Media to change the lives of others.

In her book, Ms. Mukamabano describes the potential growth each person has to expand a company and bring it to a level beyond one’s imagination. She offers her life’s work as an example in a thrilling, entertaining, and exciting matter. In her Audio Book, no one will leave disappointed, but be Empowered to effectively use Social Media.

Marie Claudine MUKAMABANO , because of  her Efforts, Work and initiative as well as her Humanitarian and Philanthropist  activities , she was recognized to be

The 2014 ‘Impact Maker in Development on the African continent’ by Nigerian News Journey in Lagos
And also
The 2013 Africa Brave Award Winner in New York City, 2012 Humanitarian Achievements Award Winner, 2011 African Community Leader Award Winner & 2010 Ambassador for Peace Award Winner.

Marie Claudine Mukamabano, an orphan-survivor of Rwandan genocide, has received recognition from The Assembly of State of New York  for turning a life of hardship into one of leadership and advocacy. on May 2011 on the occasion of the Africa Day Celebration.

In 2011, Miss Claudine graduated at the International Trauma Studies a program directed by Dr. Jack Saul a professor at Columbia University.

Today,Miss  Claudine is a Transformation Author of “THE POWER OF SOCIAL MEDIA: Be Yourself & Change Somebody’s Life Today.

In her everyday life and activities, Miss Claudine loves to educate people the Power of Innovation Technology,Leadership- Marketing, Entrepreneurship and Social Media.

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Did you know that Today, FRIDAY, MARCH 20,2015 IS AN INTERNATIONAL HAPPINESS DAY !

Claudine MUKAMABANO, a Rwandan Genocide Orphan Survivor , Who chooses to be Happy despite her life Challenges and circumstances as an Orphan Teenage Girl.

HAPPY HAPPINESS DAY TO YOU MY FACEBOOK FAMILY &  ONLINE  FRIENDS EVERY WHERE.

HAPPINESS IS MY PERSONAL & PROFESSIONAL ENGINE
HAPPINESS IS WHAT HELPED ME TO PUTT MY LIFE TOGETHER AFTER SURVIVING HORRIBLE GENOCIDE IN RWANDA AS A TEENAGE ORPHAN GIRL

HAPPINESS IS WHAT INSPIRE AND ENCOURAGE ME TO DO WHAT I DO
HAPPINESS is what weak me up early servicing and looking how I can help somebody
HAPPINESS IS WHAT COMFORTER ME WHEN I FACE CHALLENGES
THE JOY WITHIN IS WHAT HELP ME OVERCOME AND OVERLOOK AS WELL AS OVERPOWER ALL LIFE CIRCUMSTANCES INCLUDING WHAT OTHER PEOPLE CAN TROW IN MY PATH OR EVIL CAN TRY TO DO TO STOP MY DREAMS.

HAPPINESS, HAPPINESS AND HAPPINESS IS MY SOUL.
TRUE HAPPINESS COMES FROM GOD
TRUE HAPPINESS WITH IN IS THE POWERFUL WEAPON TO ACHIEVE ANYTHING YOU CAN IMAGINE OR SEAT YOUR MIND TO.

I WISH YOU A VERY WARM AND HAPPY HAPPINESS DAY.
Yours in Happiness
Claudine.
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Claudine MUKAMABANO
Tel : 347 465 4045
Email: claudinepeace@gmail.com
www.whydoiexist.org

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Celebration of International Day of Happiness

March 20, 2015, 1pm – 3pm United Nations Headquarters Conference Room 8

In the 66th Sessions of the United Nations General Assembly and during the Presidency of His

His Excellency President Nassir Al-Nasser

Excellency  Ambassador Nassir Al-Nasser, the General Assembly adopted Resolution 66/281 of 12 July 2012, proclaimed March 20 as the “International Day of Happiness” recognizing the relevance of happiness and well-being as universal goals and aspirations in the lives of human beings around the world and the importance of their recognition in public policy objectives. The United Nations and the Whole World celebrated the historical “International Day of Happiness” for the first time in the history on March 20, 2013 and March 20, 2014.

His Excellency Ambassador Nassir Al-Nasser President of the 66th Session of the United Nations General Assembly and High Representative – United Nations Alliance of Civilizations and Ambassador Hamid Al-Bayati, Permanent Representative of Iraq to the United Nations Emeritus, Adjunct Professor at Fordham and Rutgers Universities, and Special Advisor,  Middle East Office of International Education at Fairleigh Dickinson University, would like to invite you to celebrate the “International Day of Happiness” on March 20, 2015, 1pm – 3pm at the United Nations Headquarters, Conference Room A.

Keynote Speech of His Excellency President Nassir Al-Nasser

President of the 66th Session of the United Nations General Assembly

High Representative – United Nations Alliance of Civilizations.

Presentation of His Excellency Ambassador Angelo Antonio Toriello

Deputy Permanent Representative of Sao Tome & Principe to United Nations

Presentation of His Excellency Ambassador Hamid Al-Bayati, Ph.D.

Permanent Representative of Iraq to the United Nations Emeritus, Adjunct Professor at Fordham University, Adjunct Professor at Rutgers University, Special Advisor, Middle East Office of International Education, Fairleigh DickinsonUniversity.

A short video about the International Day of happiness

Time of comments, questions and Answers

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Rwandan Orphans Received A Visit

​F​​OR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Media Contact: Marie Claudine Mukamabano
Phone: (347) 465-4045
Email: Claudinepeace@gmail.com

Rwandan Orphans Received A Visit

On Saturday, April 26, 2014, Ms. Ola Kwiatkowska, Josiane, and Peace Eugenho Mg visited the Kimisagara Orphanage in Kigali, Rwanda. The visit was facilitated by Ms. Claudine Mukamabano. Founder & CEO of Why Do I Exist/ Kuki Ndiho Rwanda Orphans Support Project.
Ms. Mukamabano expressed her deep gratitude and appreciation for their visit. She said, “Many orphans and genocide survivors need someone who can just visit them, come close to them, and show them that they are not alone.”

She continued, “Thank you very much for doing this POWERFUL & VERY MEANINGFUL ACTION. Please continue to heal our wounded hearts. May God continue to bless your hearts and fulfill your desires as you remember and care for the Rwandan Orphans. Your Presence, Love, Care and gifts will remain in the mind and hearts of those orphans forever. Please accept my acknowledgment and appreciation. I thank you on their behalf.”

Ms. Kwiatkowska felt truly welcomed during her visit in Rwanda. She said, “I thank Marie Claudine for her beautiful and heartfelt initiative, and for introducing me to her friends and colleagues.”

Miss Josiane ,Kuki Ndiho Staff & Miss Ola with Rwandan Orphans

After losing her parents, sister, cousins, aunts, uncles, grandparents, loved ones, friends, classmates, and fellow countrymen during the Rwandan Genocide, Ms. Mukamabano’s Catholic faith inspired her to seek the answer to the question of KUKI NDIHO

(Why do I exist)​?​ This question now serves as the name of her organization​, Why Do I Exist/ Kuki Ndiho Rwanda Orphans Support Project ​, ​which she established in 2005 to raise awareness on the genocide in Rwanda, help survivors, and aid orphans of HIV.

For more​​​ information or to provide any donation to support this humanitarian effort​, please Call 347 465 4045 or visit www.whydoiexist.org
Make your Financial Contribution (checks ) payable to:

KUKI NDIHO RWANDA ORPHANS SUPPORT PROJECT
1186 Fulton Street, Brooklyn,NY 11216

Thank you!

Miss Josiane & Eugene ;Kuki Ndiho Kigali Team at Kimisagara Orphanage ,

Ms. MUKAMABANO is the Author of an Audio Book, ” THE POWER OF SOCIAL MEDIA: Be Yourself! Change Somebody’s Life Today!”, an excellent resource for every person who seeks to maximize the use of social media to change the lives of others. In her book, Ms. Mukamabano describes the potential growth each person has to expand a company and bring it to a level beyond one’s imagination. She offers her life’s work as an example in a thrilling, entertaining, and exciting matter. In her audio book, no one will leave disappointed, but be empowered to effectively use social media.

​​​The 2014 ‘Impact Maker in Development on the African continent’
” Before I begin, I would like to thank Marie Claudine Mukamabano, for gracing us with such a moving song “ . Said ; UN Secretary – General Ban Ki- moon’s remarks at fifteenth commemoration of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda in New York, 7 April 2009

The 2013 Africa Brave Award Winner, 2012 Humanitarian Achievements Award Winner , 2011 African Community Leader Award Winner & 2010 Ambassador for Peace Award Winner Marie Claudine Mukamabano, an orphan-survivor of Rwandan genocide, has received recognition from The Assembly of State of New York on May 2011 on the occasion of the Africa Day Celebration for turning a life of hardship into one of leadership and advocacy.

October 25, 2012 , Marie Claudine MUKAMABANO, initiated the Rwanda Flag Raising Ceremony in Newark City Hall in New Jesery as a Symbol of Healing, Peace,Resilience,Hope and Forgiveness , to Honor UN’s International Day for Peace by Supporting Rwandan Orphans. Event was so successful

She is the Founder , Chair-girl and CEO of Kuki Ndiho Rwanda Orphans Support Project , an organization that she established in 2005 to raise awareness on the genocide in Rwanda, help survivors, and aid orphans of HIV. In a personal capacity, she also serves as a mentor to many of the children, helping to build their confidence and give them inspiration.
After losing her parents, sister, cousins, aunts, uncles, grandparents, loved ones, friends, classmates, and fellow countrymen during the Rwandan Genocide, her Catholic faith inspired her to seek the answer to the question of KUKI NDIHO? (Why do I exist?-Pourquoi J’existe?). This question now serves as the name of her organization, which has an extensive fundraising program in New York, as well as a presence in Belgium and South Africa. The thousands of dollars raised thus far continue to support hundreds of orphans in Rwanda

She gave a speech on March 2011 at the African Union’s conference on behalf of Rwanda & African women author on the theme: “A Tribute to Flora Nwapa: Gender Equality and The Empowerment of Women”.
On the occasion of the 55th session of the Commission on the Status of Women at the United Nations on February 2011, Marie Claudine was selected as the only representative of Africa women to speak on the panel “Sharing Knowledge – Joining Forces – Gaining Power: Mentoring as a Tool to Empower NGO Women”. She won an Ambassador for Peace Award on May 2010.
In 2007, as a Professional Mistress of Ceremonial and Special Event Organizer, she helped to establish “African Day Parade” and volunteered as Committee Member of the mission to promote a positive image and culture of Africa in The United States and others westerns countries.

Marie Claudine is also an influential speaker, actress, artist, and model. As artist, she dances at universities, churches and community groups as part of the Rwanda Dance Theater Company. As singer, she performs at the International Commemoration Day to mark the 15th Anniversary of the Rwanda Genocide at the United Nations attended by the Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon.

She was awarded a Marathon Peace Medal from the International Women for Peace in Kigali Rwanda and honored for being the first artist from Rwanda selected among 600 applicants worldwide to participate in the Robert Wilson’s International Theater Projects in New York City on May 2005.

She speaks English, French, Swahili and her language Kinyarwanda. She graduated with a distinction in School of Business Studies in Rwanda 2000, and has recently completed courses in nonprofit management at Baruch College and The Foundation Center. She graduated recently from the International Trauma Studies, a program directed by Dr. Jack Saul, Professor at Columbia University.

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