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One World Blue, LLC
So why the name Blupela? Actually it is just a cool name we came up with. But it also means Blue Bird of Paradise in Papua New Guinea. It is a bird that is endangered and protected and it serves thus to show you our values here at One World Blue, LLC. Blupela is the brand name and One World Blue is the corporation. We work for good things in and around the world. Protecting the environment is one thing we believe in.
So why One World Blue? Well what do you see when looking from the moon at the Earth? Does that answer your question? Originally founded in 2005, One World Blue, LLC, has been building something online that is different from all the rest because we care and we are bringing goodness to the Earth with the quality projects and profiles you will see on our network.
Blupela.com is the Social Network for Social Change of The One World Blue Good Network. We are a revolutionary social media and crowdfunding platform that promotes initiatives and profiles for changing and healing the world one good deed at a time. We also serve as a global, moderated forum to promote the sharing of ideas related to peace in our world, the betterment of our planet and its ecosystems, and the celebration and appreciation of cultural diversity.
One World Blue will become the go to destination for anyone wanting to do good online and in the marketplace. Blupela.com is a site where users can put their Good Initiatives and Profiles online and accept funding, time, and goods as well as allow people the ability to communicate and chat about the initiatives, projects and profiles.
One World Blue is committed to social harmony, the support and education of wholesome and healthy ecosystems, protection of wildlife and the Earth's resources, and the appreciation and celebration of diversity. One World Blue believes in equality for all human beings and we may be branded The One World Blue Good Network, the Social Network for Social Change.
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Empowerment HITIP Brings Light to Your World
Welcome to the Hope International for Tikar People, HITIP, Campaign Page to bring Your Light and Talent to the World!
We are teaming with The One World Blue Network to bring a Shining Light of your talent and work to people across the nation and globe. Join us as we touch the hearts and lives of so many people in need thru this wonderful Spotlight and Campaign Program.
The Cost of a Professional Spotlight for you and/or your organziation is $175.
30% of these proceeds goes to the HITIP Organization. This helps our current campaign of raising the needed funds for the successful operation of our project Radio Taboo
YOUR DONATION WILL HELP!
We are currently raising $10,000 for solar energy to complete Radio Taboo. Radio Taboo is the community radio for Social Change we are building in Cameroon. Through this project, we are bringing voice to those whose voices are not heard and face to those whose faces are not seen. HITIP appreciates your contribution to this transformation!
This Is How Your Donation helps:
$25 will buy 20 light-balls
$50 will buy a 10 meters cable (04mm)
$100 will buy 1 electric controller
$500 will buy 1 solar panel of 12V- 200W
$1000 will buy 1 battery to store energy.
Any Amount will help
USOKO - THANK YOU!
History of HITIP
"I know people who are wasting a lot of resources and money every day... And I know people who need that help. I've seen kids who need books and toys to be happy... How can I go to sleep without doing anything?! I don't want to make people feel guilty, I just want to connect the two worlds.”—Issa Nypahaga, Founder of HITIP
Hope International for Tikar People was founded in 2002 in direct response to the needs of community members with immediate and critical health care needs. After meeting Ibrahim, a young survivor of polio who needed a custom bicycle wheelchair, Issa Nyaphaga decided to take action.
Issa returned to France where he was a social worker facilitating community-based art projects. As a community organizer, Issa realized that he could not solve Ibrahim’s problem on his own. He shared Ibrahim’s story and photos with his students so they could learn more about the challenges facing the Tikar people and get involved. In the beginning, the majority of people who wanted to get involved and help Ibrahim were the school children. The children were interested in making a difference and they shared the information with their parents.
By partnering with communities and non-profit organizations in Cameroon, the United States and France, HITIP was able to raise the funds to provide two new wheelchairs---one for Ibrahim and one for a young woman named Alima. Now, Ibrahim didn’t have to be taken everywhere by his brother in a market cart. He didn’t have to rely on anyone other than himself to make the 3km trip to school every morning. His brother is also enjoying a newfound sense of independence and self-reliance.
This first success inspired a series of other projects for marginalized Tikar and Pygmy populations. Since 2002, HITIP has provided medicine, emergency medical supplies, shoes, books, school supplies, school bags, clothes and toys to seven villages in the Tikar region. All of these supplies were recycled and HITIP only had to cover the cost of shipping and transporting them.