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Kashoro Nyenyezi

MPA, Executive Director and Co-Founder of Helping Hand for Survivors

Originally from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Kashoro holds an undergraduate degree in International Studies and Diplomacy from the State University of New York at Oneonta, NY (2005), and a graduate degree in Public Administration from Strayer University at Washington, DC Campus (2011). As a result of her work with sexually abused women and their children in the DRC, she entered George Mason University in 2015, to pursue a PhD in Conflict Analysis and Resolution and Gender Studies.  Kashoro’s previous research (thesis) focused on a study of HIV epidemic among Congolese women in the eastern region of the DRC from 1996 to 2011.  She witnessed and learned how gender-based violence used in conflict in the DRC destroyed lives of many Congolese women and girls.  Therefore, she felt a strong conviction to give back to these women and their unwanted children through education and protection programs leading to promotion of self-confidence and survival skills.

Jean Claude Luhere

MD, MS. Sr. Health Project Manager of Helping Hand for Survivors

Originally from Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Dr. Luhere holds an undergraduate degree in Biomedical from the Evangelic University of Africa and a doctorate degree from the University of Lubumbashi, DRC (2002). He is a Certified Medical Doctor in DRC, Zambia and Malawi and has worked and lived there as a physician.Additionally, Dr. Luhere acquires a Master of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of the District of Columbia in Washington, DC (2014). His thesis was based on the factors that lead to persistent malnutrition among children under five years old in Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.

Dr. Jean Clause worked as Project Specialist and Community Educator Nutrition & Dietetics, at the Centers of the College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability and Environmental Sciences (CAUSES) of the University of the District of Columbia after his graduation. He implemented nutritional supplementary education on feeding programs. He also worked as Health and Nutrition Project Manager for Samaritan’s Purse International Relief in Democratic Republic of Congo managing and coordinating all the health and nutrition projects in the country.

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MPA, Executive Director and Co-Founder of Helping Hand for Survivors

Jean Claude Luhere

MD, MS. Sr. Health Project Manager of Helping Hand for Survivors

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  • Kashoro Nyenyezi

    MPA, Executive Director and Co-Founder of Helping Hand for Survivors

    Originally from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Kashoro holds an undergraduate degree in International Studies and Diplomacy from the State University of New York at Oneonta, NY (2005), and a graduate degree in Public Administration from Strayer University at Washington, DC Campus (2011). As a result of her work with sexually abused women and their children in the DRC, she entered George Mason University in 2015, to pursue a PhD in Conflict Analysis and Resolution and Gender Studies.  Kashoro’s previous research (thesis) focused on a study of HIV epidemic among Congolese women in the eastern region of the DRC from 1996 to 2011.  She witnessed and learned how gender-based violence used in conflict in the DRC destroyed lives of many Congolese women and girls.  Therefore, she felt a strong conviction to give back to these women and their unwanted children through education and protection programs leading to promotion of self-confidence and survival skills.

  • Jean Claude Luhere

    MD, MS. Sr. Health Project Manager of Helping Hand for Survivors

    Originally from Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Dr. Luhere holds an undergraduate degree in Biomedical from the Evangelic University of Africa and a doctorate degree from the University of Lubumbashi, DRC (2002). He is a Certified Medical Doctor in DRC, Zambia and Malawi and has worked and lived there as a physician.Additionally, Dr. Luhere acquires a Master of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of the District of Columbia in Washington, DC (2014). His thesis was based on the factors that lead to persistent malnutrition among children under five years old in Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.

    Dr. Jean Clause worked as Project Specialist and Community Educator Nutrition & Dietetics, at the Centers of the College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability and Environmental Sciences (CAUSES) of the University of the District of Columbia after his graduation. He implemented nutritional supplementary education on feeding programs. He also worked as Health and Nutrition Project Manager for Samaritan’s Purse International Relief in Democratic Republic of Congo managing and coordinating all the health and nutrition projects in the country.

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