World AIDS Day

December 9th, 2016|0 Comments

Rescue The World Volunteers participated in WORLD AIDS Day event at University of Houston Sugar Land. They collaborated with Fort Bend County Health Department and other community agencies to provide free HIV testing and counselling […]

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FORT BEND COUNTY FLOOD

June 8th, 2016|0 Comments

Texas has also benefited from the humanitarian activities of Rescue The World, especially in Fort Bend County. The floods destroyed property and left many people helpless without any means of resolving their situation. Through volunteering […]

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Tanzania

June 8th, 2016|0 Comments

One of the major projects is the Rescue The World farmers that is taking place from North America to Africa. Farmers in regions like Tanzania and DRC have been using traditional farming methods which expose […]

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June 8th, 2016|0 Comments

It has been noticed that in some regions, children study under tree shades thus limiting their learning capabilities. They have no blackboards, stationery, or food to sustain them in their learning environments, hence the need […]

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Donations received for flood victims

June 8th, 2016|0 Comments

God has often given leaders at Rescue The World the vision to be prepared to serve and help those in need during a crisis. He has blessed us with the manpower, supplies, to immediately assist […]

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Rescue The World Returning to Houston After More Flooding

June 8th, 2016|0 Comments

Volunteers are desperately needed to assist the number of families who need help. Many of their homes were inundated during what local residents called the Tax Day Flood—which took place on April 18—only to be […]

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Orphans in Tanzania

June 8th, 2016|0 Comments

Rescue The World is dedicated to the care and education of orphans, as well as children whose families cannot afford to provide for them. By working to provide  food, education, and regular care Rescue The World, […]

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THE FLOOD AFTERMATH

June 8th, 2016|0 Comments

Many families were displaced from their homes.  They lost all their personal belongings and some won’t be able to rebuild.


Fort Bend County Historical Flood

Brazos River in Fort Bend County.

DANIEL BRUCE HAMILTON

Daniel B. Hamilton is an ordained minister who has worked on improving the lives of people around the world.  Daniel and his wife Brenda are both ordained ministers who have devoted their  time to improving lives by building bible colleges, housing, and teaching.  Through their missionary work in E. Africa, India, and Honduras, people have seen how God can work through people to provide His blessings.

Daniel was raised in Flint, Michigan and established a floor covering business, Dan the Carpet Man, in North Carolina.  He found time throughout the years to run a successful business, raise a family, and do missionary work in Tanzania, E. Africa where he participated in the building of a Bible College.  In Dodoma, Tanzania, he worked on projects that built bush churches and small housing and dining facilities.  His missionary trips took him to India and Honduras on short term missions.  His continuing missionary work includes breaking ground for a school in Eldoret, Kenya where he hopes to teach auto mechanics so that students can support themselves.  In preparation for teaching auto repair, Daniel is back in College learning auto mechanics.

Daniel’s missionary life has enriched in his personal relationship with his wife of 30 years.  Together they have raised a son, Daniel, who has two Masters Degrees from King College in Bristol, Tennessee and a daughter Emily who is currently a senior in college in Louisville, Kentucky.  The missionary work is an integral part of Daniel’s life and underprivileged populations in Africa, India, and Honduras have benefited from his continuing work for those in need.

When the worst happens, children are always among the most vulnerable – and often suffer most. Rescue The World, Inc., responds to natural disasters, conflicts and other humanitarian emergencies across the globe with health, education and protection programs that address the unique needs of children in crisis. We ensure that our assistance reaches groups of children who are often marginalized, such as girls and refugee children.  Recuse The World,INC has been supporting in Mexico, children’s right to education, nutrition and protection has always featured as a key component.

It is a tough promise to make, but we have taken the leap knowing well that people like you are often here to back us up in this goal for positive change.

  • Rescue The World,Inc is accountable primarily to women, men, youth and children living in poverty and their communities. All our programme, policy and campaign work is informed by voices, issues and concerns of people whom we work with on the ground. The other relations and engagements we have stem from this primary accountability as we seek the commitment to our mission by other groups.
  • Proactively and innovatively making ourselves available to be scrutinized, reviewed and questioned by those affected by and supportive of our work.
  • Providing the means and information necessary for others to assess whether we live up to our promises and the decisions, how well we use the funding we receive and what impact we have as an organization;
  • Ensuring that our organizational structure and ways of working promote shared responsibility for organizational effectiveness and contribute to learning and improvements.
  • We are also accountable to all laws of the land and diligently ensure compliance to all necessary statuatory provisions as per State and Central Government requirements.

Recuse The World, INC,  organization provides a financial breakdown of the way individual contributions are spent. Financial processes have been optimized such that for every 10,000 dollars received, 500 dollars are used organizational, administrative activities. This translates to approximately five cents for every dollar contributed to us highlighting our commitment to helping the world and making it a better place through relief operations, as well as development of programs that enhance economic progression at community levels.