Monday, August 8, 2016

DR. CLYDE RIVERS FOUNDER OF ICHANGE NATIONS™ WORKS WITH LOTTO FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

Dr. Clyde Rivers in an El Salvadoran Community

Dr. Clyde Rivers, was recently asked to visit El Salvador by their Lotto System. He was able to experience the great work the lottery is doing to help their small communities. They are providing resources to help create a better life for their people. Dr. Rivers was able to experience the joy and gratitude of the beautiful people of El Salvador. The lottery is looking to encourage and provide for the next generation through their endeavors.

The leaders of the Lotto honored IChange Nations™ Founder and President Dr. Rivers during his stay in El Salvador. They recognized his heart for humanity and his humanitarian work around the world. They stated, “Dr. Rivers makes us feel we are not alone in this work.” Dr. Rivers has been invited to return to El Salvador and continue his labors with this great country to honor their work and the great people of El Salvador.

Golden Rule World Peace Ambassador, Dr. Clyde Rivers, is the Founder and President of IChange Nationsa 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 and basic human rights.

IChange Nations™is the World’s Largest Honoring Network Establishing Cultures of Honor around the world. ICN has established a system that is bringing back honor to the world. They look to honor people at global, national, state and community levels that have made positive contributions in helping mankind. It is no wonder that Golden Rule Dialogue and honoring others are going hand-in-hand to change the world. 

DR. CLYDE RIVERS RECEIVES GLOBAL JOURNALIST AWARD 2016

Global Journalist Award 2016
In Miami, Florida at Media 2016, Dr. Clyde Rivers received a Global Journalist Award for his outstanding worldwide journalism. This was accomplished by simply using the worldwide web. Dr. Rivers Journalism has used blogs and social media to tell their story. This has attracted a global viewing that has caused Dr. Rivers’ global movement and organization to be included in this 2016 Global Journalism honor category.

Our journalism has connected the world to his message of the Golden Rule, “Treat others the way you want to be treated,” as the world’s most profound ethic for global peace and development. Dr. Rivers movement of the Golden Rule has hundreds of participants around the world. Our journalism gives these participants a voice to the nations sharing our message of hope and the value of each person’s contribution to the world. It has shown the people of the world doing good and unites the world for good. Every life is valuable and has been created for a contribution and we get to reveal these contributions through our journalism…we tell the story!

We wish to give a special thanks to Global Correspondent and Chief Editor, Dr. Donella Pitzl as well as Correspondent Dr. Robin Lococo for their endless hours of attention to telling our story and allowing the world to partake in the message of hope and the movement of the Golden Rule around the world.


Dr. Clyde Rivers is the Founder and President of IChange Nationsa 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 and basic human rights.