French Montana may have just released his latest album Jungle Rules, but that hasn't stopped the Bronx native's humanitarian efforts.
Keeping the talk at minimum in order to let the actual moves do all the work, French Montana recently shared on Instagram that the health facility he helped build in Uganda is almost complete and expected to service 286,000 people with health care. Teaming with Mama Hope, a charitable organization that has done work throughout South Africa to help end extreme poverty and attain financial sustainability, French has been fighting to help raise awareness for Suubi and the people of Uganda.
The video clip shows Mama Hope's founding director Nyla Rodgers giving a tour that details the progress made on the Suubi Health Center, which is located in Budondo, Uganda. Rodgers also gives a look at construction on the building that is set to service nearly 300,000 people. Back in June, the "Unforgettable" rapper received a $100,000 donation from The Weeknd for the initiative.