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by Global Vision International Charitable Trust
Oct 22, 2012

GVI CT News Update

Here at the Global Vision International Charitable Trust we must be one of the few charities and NGOs to be sad to see the end of 2012.  Despite being a challenging year for fundraising, again, we have seen good growth in donations and accordingly impact. We have seen 5 of the projects we have helped grow establish themselves independently and will now watch them operate independently and hopefully succeed well into the future.

We have launched new projects in Nepal which have seen instant success in assisting Nepalese school children to attend school, and are now ready to help our friends in Kenya not only set up their own school but also purchase the land where it will be, once we find suitable land! In Fiji, we have seen one of the schools we support awarded Blue School status, from the International Rainwater Harvesting Alliance.  Globally, our work and your donations have now helped to secure more than 500,000 million litres of rainwater harvesting capacity.  One example of how this work can make a difference in expanding the opportunities for people can be seen through this recent report from our team in Kenya.

Thank you all for your fundraising efforts and donations and we look forward to reporting continued success in the coming months. For more information, please see our website

All the very best



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Organization Information

Global Vision International Charitable Trust

Location: Exeter, Devon - United Kingdom
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Kate Robey
Exeter, Devon United Kingdom