Choose A Need

Eric was pleased to find out that ChooseAneed has accepted our application for a project!

We were pleased to find out that ChooseAneed www.chooseaneed.org has accepted our proposal for a goat rearing micro-credit program. Here is their note to Eric:

Eric,

Great news! This project has been approved by the ChooseAneed board and has now been added to ChooseAneed.org. We have taken the liberty to split this project into two parts to encourage our donors to contribute. Our research has shown the projects that are limited in size or scope (funding less than $1,000 USD) receive most attention from our donors. ChooseAneed donors like to see the results of their giving quickly. Some of the projects that require over $4,000 take more than a year to fund. We did not want you to wait that long. If this decision is unacceptable please let us know.

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Kabondo Facilitator, Barb Briggs along with a team of Friends of Kabondo among them Chris Hoffman have organized a a fundraiser on TWITTER aimed at raising $2,500 for 3 projects in 36 hours.
Folllow this link http://www.kabondopoverty.org/tweetheart09/to learn more about this unique activity that will call upon the commitment of our friends and well wishers to join us this Valentine in being a tweetheart to help transform the village of Kabondo.

Tweetheart will be held from 11:59am Friday February 13, 2009 until 11:59pm Saturday February 14, 2009.

The funds raised will be channeled to 3 projects so dear to the people of Kabondo. These are the training girls to make their own sanitary towels thereby keeping them in school, Micro-loans for income generation for guardians of HIV/AIDS orphans and other vulnerable children and training children to make blankets cheaply and locally to help beat the cold nights in Kabondo which has exposed a considerable number of children to chest infections like pneumonia not to mention their discomfort in sleep.

Tell people about this event by following @tweetheart09, blogging, retweeting, through facebook, via email or just by good old-fashioned talking.

Want to Learn More?

Follow these tweeters: @kabondo_org and @briggsbarb

Email Eric Ochanji, the Project Director of Kabondo Poverty Alleviation Organization at eochanji@yahoo.com

Email Barb Briggs, Online Facilitator for the village of Kabondo on Nabuur.com at briggsbarb@gmail.com

Donate on: www.givemeaning.com/project/kabondo

Thank You,

Eric

Eric

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Kabondo Facilitator, Barb Briggs along with a team of Friends of Kabondo among them Chris Hoffman have organized a a fundraiser on TWITTER aimed at raising $2,500 for 3 projects in 36 hours.
Folllow this link http://www.kabondopoverty.org/tweetheart09/to learn more about this unique activity that will call upon the commitment of our friends and well wishers to join us this Valentine in being a tweetheart to help transform the village of Kabondo.

Tweetheart will be held from 11:59am Friday February 13, 2009 until 11:59pm Saturday February 14, 2009.

The funds raised will be channeled to 3 projects so dear to the people of Kabondo. These are the training girls to make their own sanitary towels thereby keeping them in school, Micro-loans for income generation for guardians of HIV/AIDS orphans and other vulnerable children and training children to make blankets cheaply and locally to help beat the cold nights in Kabondo which has exposed a considerable number of children to chest infections like pneumonia not to mention their discomfort in sleep.

Tell people about this event by following @tweetheart09, blogging, retweeting, through facebook, via email or just by good old-fashioned talking.

Want to Learn More?

Follow these tweeters: @kabondo_org and @briggsbarb

Email Eric Ochanji, the Project Director of Kabondo Poverty Alleviation Organization at eochanji@yahoo.com

Email Barb Briggs, Online Facilitator for the village of Kabondo on Nabuur.com at briggsbarb@gmail.com

Donate on: www.givemeaning.com/project/kabondo

Thank You,

Eric

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Kabondo Facilitator, Barb Briggs along with a team of Friends of Kabondo among them Chris Hoffman have organized a a fundraiser on TWITTER aimed at raising $2,500 for 3 projects in 36 hours.
Folllow this link http://www.kabondopoverty.org/tweetheart09/to learn more about this unique activity that will call upon the commitment of our friends and well wishers to join us this Valentine in being a tweetheart to help transform the village of Kabondo.

Tweetheart will be held from 11:59am Friday February 13, 2009 until 11:59pm Saturday February 14, 2009.

The funds raised will be channeled to 3 projects so dear to the people of Kabondo. These are the training girls to make their own sanitary towels thereby keeping them in school, Micro-loans for income generation for guardians of HIV/AIDS orphans and other vulnerable children and training children to make blankets cheaply and locally to help beat the cold nights in Kabondo which has exposed a considerable number of children to chest infections like pneumonia not to mention their discomfort in sleep.

Tell people about this event by following @tweetheart09, blogging, retweeting, through facebook, via email or just by good old-fashioned talking.

Want to Learn More?

Follow these tweeters: @kabondo_org and @briggsbarb

Email Eric Ochanji, the Project Director of Kabondo Poverty Alleviation Organization at eochanji@yahoo.com

Email Barb Briggs, Online Facilitator for the village of Kabondo on Nabuur.com at briggsbarb@gmail.com

Donate on: www.givemeaning.com/project/kabondo

Thank You,

Eric

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Kabondo Facilitator, Barb Briggs along with a team of Friends of Kabondo among them Chris Hoffman have organized a a fundraiser on TWITTER aimed at raising $2,500 for 3 projects in 36 hours.
Folllow this link http://www.kabondopoverty.org/tweetheart09/to learn more about this unique activity that will call upon the commitment of our friends and well wishers to join us this Valentine in being a tweetheart to help transform the village of Kabondo.

Tweetheart will be held from 11:59am Friday February 13, 2009 until 11:59pm Saturday February 14, 2009.

The funds raised will be channeled to 3 projects so dear to the people of Kabondo. These are the training girls to make their own sanitary towels thereby keeping them in school, Micro-loans for income generation for guardians of HIV/AIDS orphans and other vulnerable children and training children to make blankets cheaply and locally to help beat the cold nights in Kabondo which has exposed a considerable number of children to chest infections like pneumonia not to mention their discomfort in sleep.

Tell people about this event by following @tweetheart09, blogging, retweeting, through facebook, via email or just by good old-fashioned talking.

Want to Learn More?

Follow these tweeters: @kabondo_org and @briggsbarb

Email Eric Ochanji, the Project Director of Kabondo Poverty Alleviation Organization at eochanji@yahoo.com

Email Barb Briggs, Online Facilitator for the village of Kabondo on Nabuur.com at briggsbarb@gmail.com

Donate on: www.givemeaning.com/project/kabondo

Thank You,

Eric

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Fantastic initiative! Great work Barb and Eric!

We have sent out a Tweet from the @nabuur account, and will continue to do so until the event ends.

Best of luck! :)

Romina

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