Reduce Hunger and Women's Workloads in South Sudan

 
$9,000
$0
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Jul 26, 2011

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Omilling Girl Hand Grinding Maize
Omilling Girl Hand Grinding Maize

Omilling is waiting for grinding mill from you!

Our donors have donated $2,885 towards this project budget goal of $7,500.Once the goal is reach we then increase the amount with similar amount until the total budget is reach. This amount is in the bank account, we will buy the grinding mill only when the total amount is available.  The fundraising is still ongoing!

In the next 3 months new updates will be posted. We will also report if there are new changes from the ground. We will continue to partner with you until the budget goal of this project is achieve. We still need your help to put the finishing touches to; Reduce Hunger and Women’s Workloads in South Sudan.

In the next three months we will post the project updates from the field so you know how the project is progressing along the way.

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Project Leader

William Logai Ochieng

Oslo, Oslo Norway

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