09-15-2019 Dimash Kurman 377
International Human Right Commission Relief Trust Fund (IHRC-RFT) and Global Futures Network, a 5013c not for profit foundation announced a plan to expand the program Combining Education and Sanitation to Empower Young Girls from East Africa to the West African countries.
Since the launching of the United Nations Sustainable development goals 2030 in 2016, Global Futures Foundation and IHRC-RFT worldwide have worked closely to benefit impoverished communities around the world.
According to the IHRC Deputy Foreign Minister and High Representative at the United Nations H.E. Foday Mansaray, the collaboration has benefited victims of the recent Cyclone disaster that affected Zimbabwe, Malawi, and Mozambique.
He added, that consortium raised donations in kind of approximately $400k four hundred thousand United States dollar to benefit affected communities in that sub-region.
The Secretary-General and Ambassador Atlarge H.E. Malik Nedeem Abid of International Human Right Commission Relief Trust Fund (IHRC-RFT) said the main goal of such collaborations of IHRC RFT is to provide for youths of all ages, young girls and Women especially in the area of empowerment through stem education.
Furthermore, the Executive Director of Global Futures Foundation Dr. Nehaal Meyhar who has been leading the human surveillance team championing these causes said the current program will supply school-going girls with feminine hygiene products to reduce the financial burden and to create a more comfortable educational experience.
He further extends his thanks and appreciation to Mission of Zimbabwe in Washington for the cooperation and Ethiopia Airlines who have been kind to airlift humanitarian aide free of charges from Mumbai to the different destinations
Dr. Nehaal made a passionate plea to all who would like to support the program to please follow one of the taglines above and #donate. #SupportGirls