Children
 Mali
Project #7253

Provide Food for Mali's Vulnerable Children

by A Child For All, ACFA Inc.
Vetted
Dec 8, 2011

Academic Year Commencement

ACFA-Mali Boys reading
ACFA-Mali Boys reading

ACFA-Mali's children commenced the academic year on 03 Dec 2011.  The children took summer classes dramatic art classes.  As a result they produced a sketch that explains how important education is for children.  Adama Traore, the oldest child who is 9,stated that he is grateful for the support that he is getting at ACFA-Mali, and that he is now given the opportunity to attend school and will study hard to become "a Mali President one day".  That is a hope that we have been able to instill in the children, thanks to your support.

ACFA-Mali Girls reading
ACFA-Mali Girls reading

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A Child For All, ACFA Inc.

Location: Stafford, VA - USA
Website: http:/​/​www.acfacorp.org
Project Leader:
Kadiatou Sidibe
CEO-Founder
Stafford, VA Mali

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