RISE (Rural Irrigation System for Ekumdipe)

by African Development Initiative (ADI)
Sep 27, 2012

Quarterly Report

Dear ADI Supporters,

Please see the attachment for an update on Project RISE (Rural Irrigation System for Ekumdipe). This newsletter details the challenges, lessons, and exciting discoveries from Phase II as well as our goals for Phase III. We are also very excited about our partnership with Sygma School in Nsawam, Ghana, and looking forward to sharing more details about those developments, as well as ADI's other projects and partnerships, in an expanded newsletter coming soon! 

Lastly, we are excited to share with you that ADI's Executive President and Co-Founder, Sangu Delle, has recently published an anthology, "Contemporary Africa Through Poetry." All profits from sales are donated to ADI!

Thank you again for your continued dedication to our organization,

The ADI Board



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Organization Information

African Development Initiative (ADI)

Location: Randolph, Massachusetts - USA
Website: http:/​/​www.africandi.com/​
African Development Initiative (ADI)
Project Leader:
Owen Wurzbacher
Cambridge, Massachusetts United States

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