Hello Africa Ǖ
This is a new organization that was created by girls who emigrated from Africa and was given the opportunity to have a better life in the States. For those who have never been impoverish or in a struggling situation economically, as well as socially, where war and social indifference tears a country or nation apart, it is an extremely difficult situation to live in at any age, but especially for children who are susceptible to it.
Since, they are disabled to defend themselves or provide for them to sustain a healthy living. Growing up in a war environment can prevent development within a society or nation. It can impact the progression of modernization, financial stability, educational opportunity and famine. As seen in countries in Africa, some parts of India, North Korea, and other nations. These places should not be considered third world nations, especially Africa as a whole, which is how people instantly categorize it as. Once you hear Africa, for the narrow-minded people, they usually think, third world country, nude people, starving people with expanding bellies, impoverish, illiterate, so forth; which, is not accurate. Although there are places in the continent of Africa, that are experiencing these conditions, the same condition occur every country, including the United States. Yet, it does occur at a higher rate in places in Africa than America and Europe. The cause for these cases is mainly the government inability to govern their people morally, sensibly, and innovative. Also, the government and the people are commonly stuck in tradition, hatred, and self-absorption. The governments are used to an authoritative monarchy mindset that prevents them from moving forward. These are consider dictators, who only goal is to take the life out of their country until their people are under their compete control and pledging for help and survival. These type of situations has and is still continuing in countries like, Liberia, Sudan and Rwanda.
Therefore, these girls know for a fact how difficult it can be on the youth. However, they are not asking anyone for pity. They are asking for help, for everyone to come together and help those who struggle to help themselves, and those who are defenseless. Not for people to look down on these countries and have a narrow-minded attitude that cause them to donate. If you decide to join Hello Africa, Please Do it whole-hearted, and not for any self-pleasing motives. It will do nothing for your pride and integrity. The idea of Hello Africa was inspired by Water for Sudan and Unicef. There was a need amongst these individuals to give back and help the youth, the generation that will farther influence the course of their country. Their ultimate goal is to provide money to those who are unable to receive an education, considering these countries do not often have a public school. Also, help create entrepreneurs that will bring business and work for people. Businesses like restaurants, internet cafes to connect internationally, public libraries, convenient stores, places like WalMart, Dollar general, Price Rite, AlDI, and educational clubs and after school activities. Things like this need to be encourage, but without money, it is lacking.
Therefore, please, if you have one dollar or more; donate it for a better cause. We will continue to update with photos of Young people in Liberia, Sudan, Rwanda, and other places that need assistant. They will write an autobiography and reason for assistant. As you donate, we will also continue to donate and update the amount that have been donated, along with letters of appreciation from Hello Africa as well as those you help.
Thank You Ǖ