Learning modern farming techniques from the School of Agriculture for Family Independence (SAFI) has given Sandifolo, 33, and his wife, Tereza, 28, a renewed sense of independence and confidence in their abilities to provide for their 5-year-old son, Yohane. The couple hails from the Dowa District of Malawi and believes they will be able to provide enough funding to send their son to college some day from implementing year-round, sustainable farming.
Mohamad Syariman Bin Hassan comes from a large family with seven siblings. He and his brothers and sisters stay in a wooden house with their parents in Malaysia. His father is the sole income provider for the family of nine so they live on a tight budget. The family doesn’t even have enough money to buy a vehicle to transport all of the children to school.
Meng Yao and her twin sister were preterm babies, weighing only 4.5 pounds, and were given a slim chance of survival by physicians. Meng Yao especially was not expected to live after being diagnosed with severe complex congenital heart disease. She suffered high fevers and cried in pain incessantly.
Nu Skin celebrated its 12th annual Force for Good Day in markets around the globe with employees and sales leaders volunteering for worthwhile service projects that benefited children of all ages, the disabled and the elderly.
Nu Skin Enterprises, Inc. CEO and President Truman Hunt presented Yongting, 14, with a Teddy Bear during a visit at Children’s Hospital of Fudan University, April 21. Yongtine suffers from congenital heart disease and is a recipient of Nu Skin Greater China’s Children’s Heart Fund (GCCHF).
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the people affected by the recent earthquake in Nepal.
The Nu Skin Force for Good Foundation will be making a donation of US$50,000 to the International Red Cross to aid in the immediate relief efforts. In addition, sales leaders can assist by making an online contribution by clicking here.
The Nu Skin Force for Good Foundation has partnered with CharityVision International Foundation to provide vision care and eye glasses to impoverished school children in Central and South America.
Planting fruit trees can connect people to the growing process of fruit but in countries like Malawi it is more about preventing devastating famines that adversely impact the country’s most vulnerable population – children. The Seeds of Hope project has provided the people of Malawi the ability to create sustainable food production while promoting reforestation that preserves and improves their environment.