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Uganda: Sean ”P. Diddy” Combs Donates $200,000 To Support Social Work

American rapper and businessman Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs (P.Diddy) and his partners for his vodka brand Ciroc donated $ 200,000 (about 163,000 euros) to the “Unforgettable” health campaign for develop and improve the Suubi Hope Health Center in Uganda.

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The initiative was launched by rapper French Montana, in partnership with non-profit organizations Mama Hope and Global Citizen, after filming the video of his hit song “Unforgettable” in Kampala.

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“I have always said that my goal is to inspire and empower the next generation to become great leaders – and to honor their business throughout,” Diddy told Rolling Stone. “In addition to passing the torch to French (Montana), I show my support for the work he is doing in Uganda.  Not only will Ciroc make a donation of $ 100,000 to support Mama Hope, but I am also giving the same gift so that our stories and successes can benefit as many people as possible. “

”  It’s important to give back, it’s important to be an agent of change,” says Diddy in a PSA video announcing his gift. “It’s an essential part of being with the Bad Boy family, his record company).  To this end, French Montana intends to continue its philanthropic efforts in Morocco. This initiative will be linked to the release of his next video for “Famous”.

Diddy’s donation follows contributions from French Montana and singer The Weeknd, both of whom donated $ 100,000 each to Mama Hope’s efforts.

According to the report, the $ 400,000 will go towards the construction of maternal care centers, an antenatal care clinic, a birthing center, a new ambulance, and more, at the Suubi Health Center, which serves a rural population of Budondo in Uganda.

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