December 10, 1948, has been adopted the universal declaration of human rights. Since then, human rights day is celebrated every year on December 10th. So today marks the 73rd anniversary of this declaration.
For more than 20 years, the St.Luke foundation has been working so hard to reach the less fortunate without distinction of religion, color, or class. Through our programs, we make human dignity our priority.
For more than 20 years, we’ve been working so hard and with a passion so that people have access to certain fundamental rights, such as Employment, Education, health. As a matter of fact, St.Luke foundation has already built 36 schools across the whole country, 2 hospitals,5 clinics that provide standard health care and employ more than 1500 people.
On this day of celebration of the universal declaration of human rights, St.Luke Foundation reaffirms more than ever its faith in fundamental rights and will keep working with the same passion in order to give the less fortunate access to those rights.
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