Projects in the Domain of World
Sarah Hipp, a mild-mannered beautiful woman from America decided when she was 23 years old to travel to Rwanda and make a difference for the children and families there. Three years later Sarah became a graduate of WorldLegacy’s NC111 Leadership Program. Now at 33 years of age, her personal vision is alive as ever. She is in Rwanda again transforming lives and in total, over ten years, has visited Rwanda thirteen times.
Jane Arnold Botswana. Jane, a WorldLegacy Graduate from NC 90 Leadership, has been in Botswana for a year, building a state of the art Hospital. Botswana is one of three countries in Southern Africa that maintains a constant HIV rate of 20% among adults 18-39.
Thanksgiving, November 2005, I had the privilege of traveling to New Orleans with several leadership program graduates to partner up with Operation Nehemiah and continue the work of rebuilding homes lost during Hurricane Katrina.
Building a State of the Art Hospital in Botswana Two Extreme Givers that are WorldLegacy North Carolina Leadership Graduates: Jane Arnold, CNM and Julie Sweedler. They left cushy UNC to create a state-of-the-art hospital in a country where there is nothing like it....
Sarah was a volunteer with the Mizero Children’s mission. The goal of the mission is to raise money for the children in the group and other orphans to build a combined school and orphanage in Rwanda. “There is a huge need for it. Some of them are homeless, others live with relatives,” Hipp said of the group.
I used the courage, confidence and skills I found there to win a first-time $990,000 grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for the global polio eradication project
I recently returned from a trip to Arequipa, Peru with my church. It was a mission focused on being with the people and then going where wanted and needed. The people there are poorer than we could ever imagine – as in not having food for TODAY.
WorldLegacy Leadership Graduate Kay Reibold is indeed an extreme giver. She has worked on behalf of the Montagnard indigenous people of Vietnam’s Central Highlands for over 20 years, including 17 trips to Vietnam during the time she was the Director of the Vietnam Highlands Assistance Project
100% is possible 100% of the time. I’m in S. Sudan today because two years ago, one week after completing my WorldLegacy Trainings and beginning Leadership Practice at the WorldLegacy, I decided to do something about the fact that very few children here have access to basic health services, so one in four of them die before reaching their fifth birthday.