Michael Tveter Helps People Identify The Ways To Help People Fighting Hunger

by Marvin Smata SEO Expert

It is a commonly known fact that poverty is common in many African countries and millions of kids are at the risk of preventable diseases, malaria, malnutrition, AIDS, HIV and most importantly hunger. With a view to helping these people in need, there are many initiatives taken from around the world. But, all initiatives are not moving forward towards the intention with which they were created. So, Michael Tveter, a person with an interest in society and its people suggests Compassion as the best initiative for those intending to help individuals in need.

The Africa Child Development Centers of Compassion serves more than 317,400 kids in 8 countries being Uganda, Togo, Tanzania, Rwanda, Kenya, Ghana, Ethiopia and Burkina Faso. The initiative says “Would you prayerfully consider donating to help children in our ministry? Your tax-deductible donation will make a lifelong impact on a child’s life. Thank you and God bless as you donate to Compassion’s funds, helping support children in Africa!”

Michael Tveter suggests this initiative for people, who wish to fight hunger because the child to whom a person sponsors will know his name and even both can write letters to each other. This sort of communication will bring a sense of satisfaction to the contributor that the person to whom he has extended his/her help is actually happy. This is something rare in other initiatives. The reason is that the contributor will not know where his funds go and cannot communicate with the person receiving the help.

About Michael Tveter:
Michael Tveter from Norway is actually compassionate about giving back to society in one way or another.

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