President Message.

Global Organization for Serving Humanity (GOSH) was founded by a group of like-minded individuals, with a passion to serve humanity and fight for justice. I amongst the group of forward thinking and enthusiastic youngsters decided to establish an organization which would serve all citizens regardless of race, colour, religion and ethnic background by providing assistance, guidance and protection against any sort of violation of Human Rights. This is an astonishing fact especially in an era where in some parts of the world a hint of violation against Human Rights is a punishable offence, yet in other parts of the world such violations are unremitting. I by establishing GOSH was determined to make it my mission to ensure that people especially those living in the faraway parts of the world are sensitized and made aware of Human Rights.

GOSH since its establishment in 2020 has continued to serve men, women and communities across world dealing with all sorts of Human Rights matters. GOSH is grateful to its kind and generous Members who have donated generously and helped GOSH in implementing projects in Human Rights, Education, Health, Gender Equality and other areas. GOSH also conveys its gratitude to all its Volunteers without whom implementation of projects would not have been possible. GOSH successes and achievements are closely linked to its Members and Volunteers. They are the backbone of this efficacious organization. As our organization network continues to grow, it becomes stronger, more united and GOSH envisages a more prosperous and brighter future for the citizens of world. A place where people are protected and Human Rights are promoted. GOSH is proud of its Members and Volunteers who helped it become one of the fastest growing Human Rights Networks across the world. Thank you all tremendously, your efforts are highly appreciated and your hard work is acknowledged, without you there is no GOSH.

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