Basic nutrition for 100 school children in Mali

 
$420
$2,622
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Theft

By a male, 22-30 years old, in Nairobi, Kenya
Map of  Theft Two weeks ago in mathare valley there was a problem between youth groups and women who demolishing houses proclaiming that the houses being to her. The matter w3as serious and the women took the law on her hands by having people to come and burn the houses. the situation went went on but war but not succesfull because the house were next to a youth group , they heard people talking while trying to burn the houses. They came out and arrested the men who were hired to burn the houses. the situation went on and the members of that group took to the street to show their anger the problem is that heaven the Kenyan area administrator from nongovernmental is involved. The community and the people around tried their best but the police stopped from meeting the administrator from the government This situation is still on and they trying to see and wait what will happen next. Read more.
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Organization

Caravan to Class

Sausalito, California, United States
http://www.caravantoclass.org/

Project Leader

Barry Hoffner

Sausalito, California United States

Where is this project located?

Mali   Hunger
Map of Basic nutrition for 100 school children in Mali