Think Humanity has provided 105 wells plus water storage tanks to villages and schools in Uganda.
The Kyangwali Health Centre has been located near the Kyangwali Refugee Camp since 2012.
To help save lives and provide hope for refugees and underdeveloped communities in Africa by improving provisions for healthcare, clean water, education and socio-economic development.
“To help others should be a blessing not a burden. Be blessed!” – Beth
On December 27, 2007, Think Humanity was officially a nonprofit organization. We have had 15 amazing years. We have constructed 106 wells, given out 120,000 mosquito nets, provided education for hundreds of children from nursery to university ages. During (and since) Covid-19 we provided approximately 40 tons of food to families in refugee camps and underdeveloped communities. Our list of humanitarian achievements is long and we thank all of the donors for their support.
Beth Heckel will be one of four panelists at a G.L.O.B.A.L. Justice event. All panelists are founders of nonprofits working in Africa. This events will be open to the public. The GLBL MRKT will be open for purchases. The market includes items made in Africa, specifically Christmas ornaments. Grace Place Church, 375 Meadowlark Dr., Berthoud, CO. February 2, 2023 from 3:00 to 5:00 pm.
The Think Humanity Girls' Hostel (THGH) Program aims to empower and educate young women to create a better future for themselves and their communities.
Daily Monitor Uganda