Help Palestinian Farmers Grow & Export Their Crops

 
$6,017
$1,883
Raised
Remaining
Dec 27, 2012

Project ALMOST funded! Thank you for your support

Dear Supporters of the "Help Palestinian Farmers Grow and Export Their Crops" project,

On behalf of the Israel-Palestine Center for Research and Information, we are excited to announce the raising of $42,900 in additional funds from an American foundation. This brings our total funds raised to $48,137 USD.

We send sincere thanks to each of you on behalf of our organization and the farmer members of the Bardalah/Kardalah Farmers' Co-operative. We will initiate the project in early 2013 and hope to see the remaining funds trickle in... please share our project oage with your networks! Reaching our goal of $50,000 will allow more farmers to be involved in the project, providing them with training and support for the export of high-demand crops.

Please stay tuned to our Facebook page - http://www.facebook.com/ipcri - for regular news and photos from the project.

All the best,

IPCRI

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Robin Twite

Director of Environment
Jerusalem, Israel

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