"Seeking a poverty free world"
Mrs. julienne derived her love for humanitarian work way back in her early childhood days as she witnessed the suffering of others and decided to help in church activities and other school activities that supported those in need. In the later part of her life, her love for philanthropy took her through an intensive training program in Douala Cameroon where she was well educated on the value of humanitarian work and how well she could be placed in the process of helping those in need. She served in different capacities as a humanitarian like church volunteer, community volunteer and finally got hired as a director of Asian region after an outstanding performance and show of commitment during the launching of Help the Poor International In Cameroon.
TONZOUCK J. FONJI - ASIAN DIRECTOR /THAILAND
Ms. Grace O. Egbe = Legal Director/ NY- USA
Carvena "Shun" Harris who considers herself an intrinsic humanitarian, has been selected as the Advisory Director of Help The Poor International. A role she indubitably accepted due to her passion and commitment to promote the welfare and growth in every facet of wellness for people all over the world. She is dedicated to advocating for the less fortunate and being a voice for those unseen and unheard. Possessing a strong sense of altruism and desire to create opportunities for all people to live optimum lives, she recognized Help The Poor International's mission encompasses and shares her vision of meeting the needs of those globally who are less privileged by providing viands and other tangible and intangible resources. As Advisory Director she is dedicated to the progression of Help The Poor International to operate in various countries in the future, . . .
Mrs. Diana was motivated to create an organization where the needs of the less privileged could be catered for in terms of shelter, education, food and other social amenities alike because of the deplorable living conditions she witnessed in her locality while growing up . Her passion to help others drove her into volunteering in church philanthropic gestures where youth’s rendered services to the community on given occasions by cleaning the roads, providing care for the elderly amongst other chores. Her ...
Our people are our greatest asserts. We say it often and with good reason that; it is only with the determination and dedication of our people that we can serve our communities and meet their respective needs. . We know that every philanthropic move, and breakthrough we’ve brought to human health and well-being, has all been powered by people. These are not ordinary people, though, but people whose personal values drive them to make a difference in the world. We believe the shared values embodied in our organizational values and beliefs help us attract and keep the most talented values-driven people in the world. Diversity is a central part of the cultures across Help the poor International (HPI). It’s a key to our people’s passion for improving the health and well-being of people around the globe. Further, our commitment to diversity and inclusion is deeply rooted in the values instilled by our values is which why we seek to create a diverse workforce to help us meet our organizational goals. In this light, we recognize that differences in age, race, gender, nationality, sexual orientation, physical ability, thinking style and background bring richness to our work environments. Such differences help us connect better with the health and other material needs of people in all communities around the world. We believe that attracting, developing and retaining a base of employees that reflects the diversity of our communities is essential to our success.
Mr. Ebai A. Etek - Co-Founder
Mrs. A. Diana A. - Founder/CEO
Ms. Carvena Shun Harris - Advisory Director