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Delivering a World of Health and Hope

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Improving the conditions of lives in poor communities, especially those suffering due to different conflicts in the world through acts of charity. That is how God will take pity on the weak and the needy and save the needy from death. Psalm 72:13

 

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Our Mission: Helping Hand for Survivors, Inc., exists to educate, support and advance the recovery and healing of stigmatized women, girls and children surviving and living in the poorest communities affected by conflicts in the Congo.

Helping Hand for Survivors, Inc., shall focus on the overall wholeness of an individual by assisting women, girls, and children victims of war, to regain the strength of mind and body through teaching spiritual and physical healing while simultaneously providing nutrition and medical services, leading to self-sufficiency.  Helping Hand for Survivors, Inc., shall emphasize community and family by bringing a sense of belonging to the unwanted children born out of rape by placing them in nurturing homes and building schools to educate the youth, especially girls.

Our Vision: we envision the next generation in developing countries to empower and educate communities to become self-sufficient, especially women/girls and children.

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Giving hope and smile to the people who have lost it because of difficult life conditions in which they have evolved.







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Our approach: to support women/girls and children in Democratic Republic of Congo by empowering the impoverished communities with the skills and mind-sets needed to realize their own potential and become leaders prepared to build their communities.

Our Values: Helping Hand for Survivors values integrity, accountability, equality, honesty, and loyalty.

Our members must possess in their being strong rectitude so that that integrity is reflected in the conduct of disbursement of funds and supplies directly to and for the good of the afflicted. Furthermore, all members within Helping Hand for Survivors, Inc. will be equally respected with human dignity. It is our conviction that we cannot eradicate oppression in war-torn communities if a spirit of unity and mutuality does not prevail within Helping Hand Survivors. Moreover, those whom we serve must be disbursed to in equal share and HHS shall remain accountable in every activity it engages in.  Finally, HHS demands loyalty from its members to remain firm in our conviction, to dispense health care along with emotional/spiritual nourishment even in adverse circumstances and sacrifices to self.


Building bright futures for vulnerable children in Democratic Republic of Congo – Educating, Healing, Sheltering, Nurturing

OUR WORK

Helping Hand for Survivors DRC has been working on the ground in the consortium team with WaterStep by providing high quality chlorine for Ebola prevention, We need more support for this Ebola outbreak.

Helping hand for survivors supporting Ebola oubreak with bleach maker and chlorine generator

CONTACT US IN DRC

For more information about our service contact us on:

+243 978 959 322

+243 976 594 265

Helping Hand for Survivors is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization, EIN number 83-1855559 based in the State of Kentucky (US) and in Democratic Republic of Congo.

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Ebola outbreak Prevention

To reduce the prevalence of Ebola in the North Kivu area. To attain the above-mentioned objective, WaterStep and HHS consortium team intends to implement the following activities:

1. Providing life-saving bleach in the community by providing the high-level quality of bleach from WaterStep (5ppm recommended by WHO) in infected area.

2. Providing Bleach to the health centres, churches, markets and schools to help the community get the bleach locally so that they will use it to prevent the propagation of the virus. The vulnerable community will benefit significantly from having the bleach because of this project.

3. Provision of hand washing stations and installation of  hand-washing stations (schools, hospitals and other high-traffic areas such as targeted markets near high-risk targeted points

4. Prevention for Ebola in communities that may stop the propagation of the virus.




OUR ADDRESS IN USA

Helping Hand for Survivors

PO.Box 23325, Lexington, KY40523

Helping Hand for Survivors is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization, EIN number 83-1855559 based in the State of Kentucky (US) and in Democratic Republic of Congo. 


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HHS Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) program 2020
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HHS Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) program 2020

At Helping Hand for Survivors when we talk about Hygiene, we refer to behaviors that people can adapt to improve cleanliness which leads to good health, like hand washing frequently, bathing with soap and water and face washing. At HHS, in Democratic Republic of Congo we believe that practicing personal hygiene protocol can make a big difference in people’s health, but it is always difficult...

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15 Jun 2020
Helping Hand for Survivors response to Uvira’s flood, DRCongo needs your help
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Helping Hand for Survivors response to Uvira’s flood, DRCongo needs your help

Uvira, DRCongo needs your help. As people fight the COVID-19, the flood ravaged the city of Uvira affecting the community of Mulongwe and its surrounding. People lost their families, friends, homes, and belongings. Everything was destroyed and they have no clean water or food. As we all know, water is life. Helping Hand for Survivors is stepping in to help with the bleach to disinfect...

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18 May 2020
Helping Hand for Survivors participated in the Global Medical Missions Conference organized by WaterStep
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Helping Hand for Survivors participated in the Global Medical Missions Conference organized by WaterStep

WaterStep was once again invited to participate in the Global Medical Missions Conference last week. Our session was focused on manufacturing disinfectant on site in disease outbreaks, hospitals and clinics. In the words of our guest speaker, Dr. Jean Claude Luhere, “I met with the Congo leaders of the Ebola Virus in Washington DC in October. They told me WaterStep’s assistance and equipment working alongside...

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14 Nov 2019
Malnutrition is preventable.
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Malnutrition is preventable.

Helping Hand for Survivors believes in good nutrition, which is the child’s foundation and development. Knowing that well-nourished children are better able to grow well, to learn, to participate in their communities, and to be resilient when it comes to disease or disaster, HHS works hard with parents to make sure that they follow advice and feed their children with available food in lieu of...

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21 Sep 2019
Glodi clinic in partnership with HHS
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Glodi clinic in partnership with HHS

Helping Hand for Survivors (HHS) is grateful for the Glodi Foundation in Uvira for the services it has been providing to women in the region through our partnership. HHS is also helping Glodi to fight the Ebola virus using the bleach produced by the M-100 machine from WaterStep in Louisville, KY. This equipment is being used to disinfect water and now the community around Glodi...

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21 Sep 2019
Dr Jean Claude of Helping Hand for Survivors’(HHS) traveled to the Democratic Republic of Congo on April 30th, 2019
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Dr Jean Claude of Helping Hand for Survivors’(HHS) traveled to the Democratic Republic of Congo on April 30th, 2019

Here you can see how Dr. Jean Claude is training local healthcare professionals using the newly installed M-100 Chlorine Generator in DRC. This system will provide access to safe water and prevent the spread of waterborne diseases. Using treated water from these M-100 Chlorine Generators will prevent many people from getting contaminated by water related disease such as cholera, diarrhea, etc. Dr Jean Claude of...

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