Africa

Posts about Africa

Mary is a new contact of mine in Virginia and she is saying that what you want to do is create a GREEN management = meaning that you can maintain your organization by these connections ... the local church or the local AACC you want to connect with has to be a Member of the Ecumenical organization with in Burundi ( BURUNDI: Conseil National des Eglises du Burundi ) http://www.aacc-ceta.org/en/default2.asp?active_page_id=368

Hello I have a listing of international organizations that can possibly be utilized as well as I am creating a list on Twitter for your Village right now .. your twitter designation for this informational site will be http://twitter.com/ButerereComDev

and this link will provide you with an assortment of International fund raising foundations that have already been collected and put into order .. http://staff.lib.msu.edu/harris23/grants/privint.htm

New video on YouTube Channel

Please Ms. Ajomuzu Collette Bekaku sent video recorded in new classroom of Bitame Lucia Nursery and Primary School in Nkolfoulou, Cameroon and it was added to our YouTube channel.

The description of the PELLITAL project

Status: Just started
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Agnam-Goly (http://www.agnam-goly.org) is an ancient village bordering the Sahara desert in Senegal, West Africa. Its 3,143 inhabitants make a living from herding cattle and farming the banks of the Senegal river. The women of Agnam-Goly supplement their familes' incomes by running their own small enterprises. Most of them earn less than two dollars a day. That's what brings Julia (an American based volunteer) and I to think about how we could help the women of my village and we came about the idea to propose Facebook users to make micro loans to the entrepreneur women of Agnam-Goly:

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Project: Village Talk

WSP Water and Sanitation Group
http://www.wsp.org

The Water and Sanitation Program (WSP) is a multi-donor partnership of the World Bank. Our goal is to help the poor gain sustained access to improved water supply and sanitation services (WSS).

We work directly with client governments at the local and national level in 25 countries through 4 regional offices and in the World Bank headquarters, Washington D.C. Our aim is to achieve the Millennium Development Goals of halving the proportion of people without access to safe drinking water and adequate sanitation by 2015.

Groups and villages about Africa

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