Friday, March 3, 2017


Dr. Vera Tembo and Dr. Clyde Rivers

Zambia, Africa, January 2017: iChange Nations™ bestowed upon the Former First Lady of Zambia, Dr. Vera Tembo Chiluba the first “ICN Woman of the Year Award.”

Dr. Vera Tembo Chiluba received this prestigious award for her outstanding work in the nation of Zambia with women and orphans. She has lived a life of service for her people and is an example of strength to support and aid her nation, even to the present day.

In Lusaka, Zambia with the eyes of the nation watching, Dr. Vera Tembo Chiluba graciously received her honor. It is the desire of iChange Nations™ and Professor Clyde Rivers to continue to present great women, that are making a difference in their countries, to the world.

Professor Rivers said, “It is time for the world to see the strength and greatness of women overcoming and raising above their circumstances to share their contributions around the globe. The world will be a better place as we acknowledge the strength of women to make positive change and help mankind.”

Professor Clyde Rivers is the Founder and President of iChange Nations™. It is the world’s largest building cultures of honor network in the world. iChange Nations™ is a professional institution that builds Statesmen by equipping, mentoring and training highly esteemed individuals who have the desire to change nations throughout the world. The organization is seeking to bring global awareness by strategically helping nations to educate, train and support the Nation Building Process designed to improve the dignity and betterment of human life.

This international platform focuses on establishing effective relationships to help people understand the value of honor. iChange Nations™ and Professor Rivers, Golden Rule Dialogue expert, is also establishing Golden Rule Dialogue globally to aid in better communications that work toward peace and development.

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