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Food Security and Agriculture
 
Dec 22, 2014

An eventful year it has been

Global Giving Rep handing over elbow crutches
Global Giving Rep handing over elbow crutches

It has been such a busy year! and the greatest thing I am happy to note;all of you have been part of the milestones achieved within the year. We dont take this for granted, we thank you for your commitment and support to our project. Your generosity brings impact to hundreds of lives of persons with disabilities.

As we reflect on the impact created: giving several people the power to walk, restoring dignity in their lives and allowing them to live independent lives in the community.There is an opportunity to even do more in the coming year, your support and that of your friends will definately go a long way in meeting the needs of our target audience.

We thank you so much and take this opportunity to wish you all the best during this Christmas holidays and a happy new year.

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