Prophet Dominic Mwangi  the founder & Prophet Reward Foundation organization Achievements:

Prophet Reward Foundation (PRF) was formed in 2008 as an idealist group by Prophet Dominic Mwangi, a peasant acting for the peasants to transform the marginalized and poor community in the world. PRF was established in Kenya in 2009  as and it was fully registered in the Republic of Kenya as a Charitable Trust Community Foundation in 21st December, 2010..

EXPERIENCE & ACHIEVEMENT SUMMARY

Date of birth: 1964 in Embu County, Eastern Kenya in East Africa a talented boy child was born.

1970-1979 – Mufu Primary School (Certificate of Primary Education)

1980-1983 – Kegonge Secondary School

1983 – 1987 – Sunday school & Youth leader in local church (including agricultural work)

1989-1995 – Sales Man in electronics & local fundraising in church constructions.

1995 – Spiritual anointed as a prophet priest in African Kenya SABCRYNNSK of Soi Praying and Healing Church

1995– to date – A full time 100% Community Volunteer and a Servant of The People.

2000 – 20003 – Competent professional driver Ivy’s Schools.

2003 -2008 –– Mechanical Automobile, Transport & community field mobilizing Manager World Peasants Organization (WPO)

2003-2004– Mobilizing and donating clothes and food relief to orphans and aged grandparents caring for those left by their HIV/AIDS Victims Parents in Nairobi slums.

10th December, 2003 – I organized, mobilized and brought together 360 peasant leaders from Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi and DRC to launch universal peasant declaration to United Nation Information Centre (UNIC), Gigiri, in Nairobi, Kenya.

2003, 2004 – Mobilizing, organizing and bringing over 1000 peasants together from six countries, three Francophone and three Anglophones these are Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi and Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) in Nairobi, Kenya to commemorate World Peasants Day (WPD) which is commemorated in every 7th November each year.– 2005- Southern Sudan and Somali peasants joined WPO to commemorate for WPD together in Nairobi, Kenya together with the above mentioned countries.

2004– I led the WPO team to Emergency response for clothes and food to tribal victims at Mai-Mahiu in Rift valley after they were displaced internally from their homes.

2004 – Facilitated for negation for peace between these two ethnic tribes and the chief area.

2006 – Organized and mobilized the peasant groups to commemorate World Peasant Day (WPD) in Muminji, Mbeere District in Embu County interior rural semi-arid area.

2003-2011 – I negotiated for sponsorship of 50 orphans from two orphaned children homes to get better education in high quality private institution Ivys schools in Nairobi, Kenya. – Still soliciting for sponsor to support the scholarship program for orphans and vulnerable children in primary and secondary school.

2005 – Revived cotton farming by organizing peasants meeting (small scale farmers) in Muminji Location and marketing for good markets to the peasants.

2006 -Muminji peasants benefited with 750 tons of free cotton seeds from Kitui Ginneries after I led the negotiation for partnership with them for market.

2008 – Prophet Reward Foundation (PRF) was formed as an idealist group – I being Executive Founder Trustee/Chairman to date.

2009 – PRF was accepted as 501C3 CDP program in USA and established in Kenya.
21st December, 2010 – PRF was fully legally registered independent Charity in the Republic of Kenya and awarded the certificate of incorporation under The Trustees (Perpetual Succession) Act Chapter 164 along with a common seal by the Minister for Lands.
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2011 – To date – Hope development volunteers Kenya representative (Currently changed to Go Volunteer Africa)

2011- Initiated Prophet Reward Foundation Charity Beyond the Border Community Trust Volunteers (PRF-BBCTV) program. The goal is to involve more local and international potential developmental volunteers to give back to the community directly without using the middle man.

2012 – I was among the pioneer Members for East Africa Association of Volunteers Administrators (EAAVA).

September, 2012– I managed to recruit and hosting three firsts international volunteers separately placement, two from Slovenia, one from Canada and one from USA through our PRF-BBCTV program.

2013 – To Date – To achieve my full spiritual potential I established Prophet Soldier Church Sanctuary (PSCS) (Currently recruiting and awakening the spiritual talented person to achieve their full created inner conscious as one part of healing the world poverty and living peace, love and unity as oneness). This is from different faiths whoever is experiencing the inner spiritual call conscious. – Independently from the charity work.

2nd Feb, 2012, – For the legacy to commemorate my Birthday, PRF launched World Charity Day (WCD) which will be commemorated in every year. – We train the poor people to be giving the little they have to their neighbors who have less than they have. As one way to heal the poverty mind in the people in universe.

12th-15th Feb, 2013 – We recruited 113 local volunteers and accredited by IEBC as PRF Election Domestic Observer group in Kenya General Elections on 4th March, 2013. To maintain peace, free and fair Election as domestic observers.

1st May, 2013 – We mobilized over 30 children and youth in planting over 400 trees along Northern bypass & Kamiti road reserve to commemorate Labor Day and beautifying our environment attraction.

On 17th January, 2014 – Prophet Reward Foundation partnered with United Nations Volunteer in Kenya to mobilize the initiative groups to implement the UN programs and awareness.
On 5th November, 2014 – Prophet Reward Foundation hosts an International Volunteer Managers Day at Bethsaida Community Centre in Nairobi, Kenya organized by United Nations Volunteer Kenya and other Volunteers Involvement Organizations.

On 5th December, 2014 – Prophet Reward Foundation participated in International Volunteers Day at Mukuru Kwa Reuben slum in Nairobi, Kenya organized by UNV Kenya and other Volunteers Involvement Organizations.

2015 – As a PRF founder, I personally participated and brought together over 10 Orphanages/Children Homes to commemorate for International Day of the African Child on 16th June, 2015 at Kamuthi Housing Society Grounds in Nairobi, Kenya.

On 25th July, 2015– PRF mobilizes over 100 volunteers to mobilize and make the chapati and the stew to feed over 600 orphaned and vulnerable children from 5 children’s home and the streets. The event venue was at Kahawa Soweto slum in Nairobi, Kenya.

On 29th August, 2015– PRF with our partners, Transform Communities Initiative and Mwamko Foundation, we organized and sponsored for talent nurture day where over 50 youth and children participated to the event. We will keep on supporting the nurtured talents to full potential while nurturing for more talents among our marginalized and poor community we serve. We are inviting for potential partners to support the talents.

  • 1st May, 2013 we mobilized over 30 children and youth in planting over 400 trees along Northern bypass & Kamiti road reserve to commemorate Labor Day and beautifying our environment attraction.
  • On 17th January, 2014 Prophet Reward Foundation partnered with United Nations Volunteer in Kenya to mobilize the initiative groups to implement the UN programs and awareness.
  • On 5th November, 2014 Prophet Reward Foundation hosts an International Volunteer Managers Day at Bethsaida Community Centre in Nairobi, Kenya organized by United Nations Volunteer Kenya and other Volunteers Involvement Organizations.
  • On 5th December, 2014 Prophet Reward Foundation participated in International Volunteers Day at Mukuru Kwa Reuben slum in Nairobi, Kenya organized by UNV Kenya and other Volunteers Involvement Organizations.
  • 2015
  • PRF participated and brought together over 10 Orphanages/ Children’s home to commemorate for International Day of the African Child on 16th June, 2015 at Kamuthi housing society grounds in Nairobi, Kenya.
  • On 25th July, 2015 PRF  mobilizes over 100 volunteers to mobilize and make the chapati and the stew to feed over 600 orphaned and vulnerable children from 5children’s home and the streets. The vent venue was at Kahawa Soweto slum in Nairobi, Kenya.
  • On 29th August, 2015 PRF with our partners, Transform Communities Initiative and Mwamko Foundation, we organized and sponsor for talent nurture day where over 50 youth and children participated to the event. We will keep on supporting the nurtured talents to full potential while nurturing for more talents among our marginalized and poor community we serve.
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