Sudan: Send Emergency Aid to Save Refugees' Lives

 
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Robbers

By a male, 16-21 years old, in Nairobi, Kenya
Map of robbers many years ago,two evangelistic were walking in southern Ethiopia.early in the morning,they had started on their way to the villages up on the mountains.the sky was clear and bright.As the two men walked along the winding little trail,they were very happy to be working for God.But after a while dark clouds gathered in the sky.great drops of rain fell upon the travelers.there was no place to go keep dry. so the two men kept on their way.without no minute to spare they were attacked by the robbers.they were bitten thoroughly but the police officer were near.the robbers were arrested.the two evangelists were helped by the police.police are very good people,in the country.they help man people while in danger. Read more.
Related to project keywords: southern, ethiopia, working, little, keep

Seeking For Compensation

By a female, 22-30 years old, in Kitale, Kenya
Map of SEEKING  FOR COMPENSATION Mr and Mrs.Joel Wanaina Ngannga lost property worth more than kshs.18 during the post election violence.They had filed a suit against the attorney General in 2008 Government seeking compensation and it seems they could be soon compensated. The couple were living and working in Kitale,they really suffered loses during the violence which include land 3.5 acres,house hold items,maize shelter a petrol station, motor vehicle engines among other vital items.They had accused the government of failing to ensure their security and not using all the intelligence organs set up at a tax payers to anticipate the likehood of violence. Read more.
Related to project keywords: vital, living, shelter, working, violence

Malaria Fighting

By a male, 31-45 years old, in Wakiso, Uganda
Map of MALARIA FIGHTING Having realized high malaria cases in rural areas due to drinking unboiled water not sleeping under mosquito nets due to lack of funds to buy them, islami medical associationof uganda, bought thousands of treated mosquito nets and donated them communities of kyamusu mpatta kasasa Nampunga and masuulita on top of giving out aqua safe tablets to make them water safe for drinking. Read more.
Related to project keywords: thousands, high, giving, fighting, mosquito nets

Restoration

By a male, 22-30 years old, in Kakamega, Kenya
Map of Restoration Internal displaced people are people who are displaced because of political Violence or clashes. They find life difficult because their houses and business were destroyed. Also find medication for treatment became so hard for them. Doctors without boards are people who have helped IDPs with treatment,medications, supplying blankets and food stuffs. They have tried to help them live with a little comfort to be able to cope with life. Read more.
Related to project keywords: comfort, able, find, little, violence

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Project Leader

Lauren Meling

Washington, District of Columbia United States

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Map of Sudan: Send Emergency Aid to Save Refugees' Lives