“There will be glory, HONOR and peace to every man that does good.”
H.E. Dr. Clyde Rivers
Dr. Clyde Rivers is the acting Honorary Ambassador at Large for the Republic of Burundi, as appointed by H.E. President Pierre Nkurunziza and Special Advisor to President Pierre Nkurunziza, President of Republic of Burundi Africa.
Dr. Rivers is acting World Peace Ambassador for Universal Peace Federation with Special Consultant status for economics for the United Nations.
Dr. Rivers is the acting Representative to the United Nations – New York for the Interfaith Peace-Building Initiative (IPI) and the United Nations Department of Public Information (DPI).
Dr. Clyde Rivers is the Founder and President of iChange Nations and Honor Africa Movement.
Dr. Clyde Rivers is the acting Co-Chairman of the Congressional Prayer Conference of Washington, D.C., USA.
Professor Rivers believes that it is very important to honor the good in mankind. He has developed a system of honor that affords him the ability to honor from his own organization, IChange Nations™ as well as several other institutions and organizations around the world. He is traveling the world establishing cultures of honor in every nation, city, province and village. “Looking for good in others will establish a new culture where men and women will be in the business of searching for and finding the good in their fellow countryman. It is our desire to create a new culture – “The Culture of Honor” – within every country on the continent around the world.” – Ambassador Professor Clyde Rivers
Below are several of the prestigious individuals we have had the privilege to honor.
Highly Esteemed Men and Women of the World
President Yoweri Museveni, of Uganda – Honored for his great leadership in establishing and maintaining peace in his country. He has support the efforts of bringing awareness programs initiated by the First Lady Janet Museveni
First Lady, Janet Museveni, of Uganda – Honored for the AIDS awareness policy ABC (Abstinence, Birth Control, and Contraception) – an ever-present battle for the health of their people
Former President Joaquim Chassino, of the Republic of Mozambique – Honored for his good governance and being the only president in African history to, for the betterment of the country, turn power over early in his career as President of the Republic of Mozambique
Vice President of Kenya, Kalonzo Musyoka pictured here with his wife – Honored for his efforts in the peace making process for Kenya, Sudan and Burundi
President Pierre Nkurunziza, of Republic of Burundi – Honored for his efforts to bring peace to a 12-year civil war between the two major tribes in his country
First Lady Denise Nkurunziza, Republic of Burundi – Honored for her efforts to bring a better life to the people of her country
Former President Olusegun Obasanjo, of Nigeria – Honored for the Anticorruption policies he implemented in Nigeria
First Lady Maria de Luz Guebuza, of Republic of Mozambique – Honored for her humanitarian efforts for the youth and women of her country as well as bringing AIDS awareness programs
Former President Wolde Giorgis, of Ethiopia – Honored for his efforts to build a better environment in his country
Hon. Kenneth Marende, Speaker of the House, Kenya – Honored for his peace process in Kenya
Dr. Ben Shelly, President of the Navajo Nation – Honored for his outstanding work as an advocate for America’s first people, the Navajo American Indian Tribe, and also all American Indian tribes
Dr. Cedric Blackeagle, Former President and Chairman of the Crow Nation, was honored for being a true humanitarian and statesman for the cause of the Native American people in the United States. He has worked to keep water rights for the Crow Nation and promote peace
Dr. Vanda Pignato – Former 1st Lady of El Salvador, was honored for her tireless efforts in protecting for women’s rights in the Republic of El Salvador
Dr. Kenneth David Kaunda – Former President of Zambia, was honored for his life’s work to establish peace in Zambia and on the continent of Africa. He was the former Chairman of the African Union and responsible for the liberation of many African nations from colonialism.
Dr. Vera Tembo Chiluba – Former 1st Lady of Zambia – was honored for her extensive help for women and orphans in her country. She is greatly loved by her country because of her care for her people.