- Mar. 13, 2011 - CASTRO VALLEY, Calif. --
Samuel Mwangi, CEO of the San Francisco Bay Area's premier African travel operator: Tour de Jambo Africa, wears many hats as Chief Executive Officer and Chief Executive Operating Officer of the World Donors Organization as well. This organization was started to allow those less fortunate to receive the aid and the human rights they deserve, through programs implemented in the countries of need as well as monetary aid. WDO is getting ready to set down their roots in San Francisco.
According to Mwangi, "We will be so grateful to launch the World Donors Organizationheadquarters here in the San Francisco Bay area. It would be to our greatest advantage to employ technology to our advantage since we are so near Silicon Valley, home to many of the worlds' largest technology corporations."
WDO will be offering humanitarian programs such as Haiti relief and health programs for Haitians stricken by earth quake and cholera outbreak; relief and rehabilitation programs in the Darfur region of Sudan and Congo-Zaire war; food and water security programs in hunger stricken countries such as Kenya; health care programs in Sub-Sahara Africa where malaria and HIV-AIDS contributes to 3/4 of the deaths; education programs in developing countries such as Bangladesh, Sudan, Pakistan and other countries.
For more information about World Donors Organization, please visit them on the web at http://www.world-donors.com/index.html
, or call them at 1-888-392-6121.
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World Donors Organization (WDO) is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) operating in Africa, Asia, America, Australia, and Europe. It was established with a mandate of implementing the Eight Millenniums Development Goals (MDGS) set by The United Nations and agreed by all countries of the world by various leaders of the member states. It also has mandates of giving adequate response on global concerns, meeting the needs of the world's poorest and needy people, and enhancing the contribution of human security and local sustainable development programs in developing countries.