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Archive for the ‘Hope For Humans News’ Category

The Power Of One – Give the Gift of Hope

Posted on: December 13th, 2016 by Hope For Humans No Comments

Give the gift of hope to a child with Nodding Syndrome this year. While visiting Uganda 2 years ago Russ met Sarah, a child suffering with Nodding Syndrome. Their meeting had a profound impact on his life and Russ decided to support her through Hope for Humans. Sarah used to be severely malnourished and couldn’t […]

Connecting the dots: Nodding Syndrome? Never heard of it.

Posted on: January 7th, 2016 by Hope For Humans No Comments

The business operations of a non-profit is a beautiful, giving, and challenging endeavor. It is (in our case) birthed from the desire to give to those, not only in need but despair. Our founder Dr. Suzanne Gazda made caring for children with Nodding Syndrome (NS) and discovered its mysteries her life goal. Upon the realization […]

Hope for Humans December 2015 Newsletter

Posted on: December 16th, 2015 by Hope For Humans No Comments

  Hope for Humans December 2015 Newsletter   The Lancet Neurology This month the prestigious Lancet Neurology wrote an article about Nodding Syndrome. Writer Adrian Burton begins with Uganda’s initial attempts to understand the disease, challenges faced by the government’s health teams, and HOPE FOR HUMANS’ impact as the only NGO working to provide care for these children and their […]

Hope for Humans – November 2015 Newsletter

Posted on: November 16th, 2015 by Hope For Humans No Comments

  Hope for Humans November 2015 Newsletter   Odong Richard   Richard was admitted to the Care Center back in May of this year. Richard is an orphan who was left under the care of his grandmother and life has never been easy. On his first day Richard had bruises all over his face due to constant seizures. But after […]

end|NS Campaign

Posted on: November 5th, 2015 by Hope For Humans No Comments

  HOPE FOR HUMANS ON The CAMPAIGN Hope for Humans is getting ready to launch a large social media campaign through the exclusive giving platform GlobalGiving and we need your voice! Nonprofits from all over the world use GlobalGiving to generate support for their programs and Hope for Humans is using it to fund our life changing care […]

Champions We Still Need You

Posted on: September 16th, 2015 by Hope For Humans No Comments

CHAMPIONS – We Still Need You! Please join our monthly giving team today!   Last week we launched our CHAMPIONS team! We’ve already had many of you make a committment to loving and supporting children with Nodding Syndrome on a monthly basis. But we need even more! We are grateful! Please take a moment and consider signing up […]

Become a CHAMPION Today

Posted on: September 8th, 2015 by Hope For Humans 1 Comment

Today, We Need You – Our Biggest CHAMPIONS! As we approach the end of 2015 we are reaching out to YOU, our strongest advocates, to ask for help. During the month of September we are inviting you to join our CHAMPIONS TEAM! Becoming a member means you have made a commitment to become a Champion for children afflicted by […]

Newvision Uganda – 5/21/15

Posted on: May 27th, 2015 by Hope For Humans No Comments

Rwot Achana calls for support for Nodding Syndrome victims By Wilfred Lamony Jwee THE Acholi Paramount Chief Rwot David Onen Achana II has urged the Acholi community to support the needy in order to consolidate the relative peace in the area. Rwot Acholi argued that Acholi community is still faced with serious challenges of high […]

The Daily Monitor – 3/7/13

Posted on: July 4th, 2014 by Hope For Humans No Comments

Nodding Children On Road To Healing http://bit.ly/PjwLY3

Four of our Children from Odek Care Center Speak Out on NS

Posted on: June 13th, 2014 by Hope For Humans No Comments

In preparation of the Day of African Child, a regional consultation meeting was held on June 10th in Gulu, Uganda. The meeting brought people together to share ideas on issues affecting children in northern Uganda. Four of our children from the Care Center in Odek went to speak from their experience as children with Nodding […]