Jehiel Oliver is the founder of Hello Tractor, an innovative shared-economy platform that makes tractor usage affordable to marginalized farmers in sub-Saharan Africa.
Through his work in agriculture and rural markets, Jehiel recognized a real need for low-income farmers to access affordable farm machinery, leading him to found Hello Tractor.
In addition to his duties at Hello Tractor, Jehiel also served on the board of H4H, Inc., an impact investment fund providing mortgage reinsurance for South African communities affected by HIV/AIDS. Swipe 👉👉👉 to continue reading his amazing story..........
These girls have a very special place in my heart. They are so talented, bold, beautiful and sweet. I love traveling with them, working together for the Kingdom and above all I thank God that we are family forever. I love you super much every day of the year ♥️♥️😘😘 #nieces#family#love#special#missiontrip#maasbach#kinshasa#africa
Cirezi en Chaku zijn amper 14 jaar oud.
Toen ze op een dag naar de markt gingen, werden ze onderweg aangesproken door een wildvreemde kerel. Al snel zijn diens bedoelingen duidelijk. De man grijpt Chaku bij de keel en trekt haar achter een huis en verkracht haar.
Cirezi staat eerst als aan de grond genageld. Maar dan beseft ze wat er aan de hand is. Ze vindt een machete die de man vermoedelijk heeft laten vallen om haar vriendin vast te grijpen. Cirezi pakt het mes en slaat de man ermee op het hoofd.
Daarop laat hij Chaku los en keert zich tegen zijn aanvalster. Terwijl de meisjes trachten te ontkomen, gooit de bruut de machete in hun richting. Hij treft Cirezi in de rug. Ze houdt er een lelijke snijwond aan over.
De moeder van Cirezi bracht de meisjes naar ons Maison de la Femme.
Daar geven we ze alle medische en psychologische zorgen.
Door hun verzet, zijn de twee meisjes nu ware helden in de regio.
Iedereen kent hun verhaal.
Geweld tegen vrouwen raakt maar niet uitgeroeid in Oost-Congo.
Daarom betekent uw hulp zoveel! Steun ons, en wordt zelf ook een held voor de slachtoffers. 💚
may this special day bring you endless joy and tons of precious memory ...... and i hope yo special day will bring you lots of happiness love and fun you deserve them alot .. Enjoy .... you are the sweetest and loveliest person i know .. happy birthday my dia @vinkaofficial omu bwati 🎂🎂
4126 June, 2019
ON BEHALF OF @promoter_ck AND THE ENTIRE NATION AT LARGE LET ME TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO CONGRATULATE OUR OWN 🇺🇬 @bettinahtianah
in her own words she said...
A few years ago when I had just started my career in media I could never have imagined a day like Wednesday 19th June. All I ever did was to pray, dream big and do whatever it is that I was doing with every fiber of my being. Am profoundly grateful that my goal and dream of impacting social change through my work did not go unnoticed. ..
.. It is often my joy and pleasure to use my God given gift and talent to uplift people, and there is no better place to do it than my home country, Uganda, a beautiful country that is still home to many poverty-stricken young people. It is this reality that propelled me to have my first ever “MEET & GREET FOR A GOOD CAUSE.” This was an initiative whose primary goal was to raise resources, in collaboration with the Smart Girls Foundation, for the primary school going girl child in Bulamagi sub-county, Iganga district. We were fortunate to raise UGX 15 million that enabled us buy enough scholastic materials, and smart bags that the girls would use to carry essentials like sanitary pads.
.. Now that you also know am passionate about Fashion and Design, I found and still find it necessary to use my platform to uplift potential young female designers who, I believe, are the future of the industry. I am happy that most of them have had a breakthrough in the fashion and design arena. ..
.. Being in Dar on 19th June 2019, would not have been a reality, had it not been for some amazing people in my life. For starters, I’d like to thank @ntvuganda for the platform they have provided for me, would also like to thank my manager, @xena for always believing in me and being a strong pillar throughout my career journey. Above all, I’d like to thank God for the gift of life, health, and talent he has blessed me with. I would also like to thank Dr Aalok Pandit and his team from the World Women Leadership Congress for presenting me with the WOMEN LEADERSHIP Award.
Thank you for recognizing me as one of East Africa’s Woman Leaders. Thank you for believing in me and my work. I will fore
4126 June, 2019
Respect your marriage!!!
Your family will respect your spouse at the level at which you present your spouse to them. It is your behaviour towards your spouse that will set the standard that they will have to follow.
Your wife shouldn't have to fight with your mother in order to earn the right as the most important woman in your life,and your husband shouldn't accept all your family liability because he wants to marry you.
Start learning how to shift priority away from your family to your marriage.
Above all Learn to say what you mean, without being mean. It is possible to express how you feel without criticizing or talking down on your partner. Learn to raise the quality of your words, not your voice. Speak kindly, It is rain that grows flowers, NOT THUNDER!