We Can Reach The World One At A Time
Martin Luther King Jr
Somewhere Along The Way We Must Learn That There Is Nothing Greater Than To Do Something For Others
You know that feeling when you make someone’s day? Or even just bring a smile to their face, and it makes yours too. I think we all want those moments where we can be there for our loved ones in whatever way possible – taking time out from work or school, maybe even forgetting about ourselves so somebody
else needs us more than usual! And although this may sound cliche at first glance (after all, who doesn’t love being appreciated), let me assure everyone reading these words: helping others truly do change lives; It brightens up days & uplifts spirits
As Of This Time, We Have Had The Pleasure Of Reaching Out To Families From Bangladesh, Burundi, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Rwanda And Uganda
Bangladesh Is The Most Densely Populated Nonisland Nation In The World. With Approximately 125 Million Inhabitants Living In An Area Of 55,813 Square Miles, There Are About 2,240 Persons Per Square Mile. The Majority Of The Population (98 Percent) Is Bengali, With 2 Percent Belonging To Tribal Or Other Non-Bengali Groups. Approximately 83 Percent Of The Population Is Muslim, 16 Percent Is Hindu, And 1 Percent Is Buddhist, Christian, Or Other. Annual Population Growth Rate Is At About 2 Percent.
A Virtual Guide To Burundi, A Small Landlocked Country In The African Great Lakes Region In Central Eastern Africa Bordering Lake Tanganyika In Southwest. The Country Shares Borders With The Democratic Republic Of The Congo, Rwanda And Tanzania.
With An Area Of 27,834 Km², The Country Is Somewhat Smaller Than Half The Size Of Croatia, Or Slightly Smaller Than The U.S. State Of Maryland.
The Country Has A Population Of 10.11 Million People (2016). Capital And Largest City Is Bujumbura. Spoken Languages Are French (Official 0.3%) And Kirundi (Spoken By Nine Million People In Burundi And Adjacent Parts Of Tanzania And Congo-Kinshasa), Other Dialects Like Rundi And Kiga. More Than 80% Percent Of The Population Are Christians.
Ethiopia Is The Tenth Largest Country In Africa, Covering 439,580 Square Miles (1,138,512 Square Kilometers) And Is The Major Constituent Of The Landmass Known As The Horn Of Africa. It Is Bordered On The North And Northeast By Eritrea, On The East By Djibouti And Somalia, On The South By Kenya, And On The West And Southwest By Sudan.
The Central Plateau, Known As The Highlands, Is Surrounded On Three Sides By Desert With A Significantly Lower Elevation. The Plateau Is Between Six Thousand And Ten Thousand Feet Above Sea Level, With The Highest Peak Being Ras Deshan, The Fourth-Tallest Mountain In Africa. Addis Ababa Is The Third-Highest Capital City In The World.
Guatemala Is The Northernmost Country In Central America. It Borders The Caribbean, Between Honduras And Belize, And Also Borders The Pacific Ocean, Between El Salvador And Mexico. It Has A Territory Of About 42,000 Square Miles (Slightly Smaller Than The U.S. State Of Tennessee) And A Population Of About 11 Million People, The Majority Of Which Are Mestizo (Amerindian Or Mixed Amerindian-Spanish). The Official Language Is Spanish, But Some 28 Indigenous Languages Are Also Spoken
A Virtual Guide To “The Land Of A Thousand Hills”. Rwanda Is A Relative Small Landlocked, Hilly Country In Central Africa, Located South Of The Equator And East Of Lake Kivu, One Of The African Great Lakes. It Is Bordered By Burundi, The Democratic Republic Of The Congo, Tanzania, And Uganda.
The Country Covers An Area Of 26,338 Km², Compared It Is About The Size Of Macedonia (Rep.) Or Slightly Smaller Than The US State Of Maryland.
Uganda, Country In East-Central Africa. About The Size Of Great Britain, Uganda Is Populated By Dozens Of Ethnic Groups. The English Language And Christianity Help Unite These Diverse Peoples, Who Come Together In The Cosmopolitan Capital Of Kampala, A Verdant City Whose Plan Includes Dozens Of Small Parks And Public Gardens And A Scenic Promenade Along The Shore Of Lake Victoria, Africa’s Largest Freshwater Lake. The Swahili Language Unites The Country With Its East African Neighbours Kenya And Tanzania.