Monthly Archives: June 2009

Fundraising Promise

Aid Africa’s Fundraising Promise We Are Committed to High Standards We do all we can to ensure that fundraisers, volunteers and fundraising contractors working with us to raise funds comply with this Promise. We comply with the law including those … Continue reading

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How About Giving A Gift to Aid Africans?

$10 builds a stove, improving health and safety. $10 saves a baby’s life and covers the costs of transportation and family support while the child is in the hospital. $40 a semester covers a student’s secondary school fees to help lift families ou… Continue reading

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How Can You Volunteer with Aid Africa?

We can use some help. Do you have time to give? • You can be trained to talk to community organizations to raise people’s awareness about the plight of the people of Northern Uganda. We’ve got visuals for you. • You can coordinate a fund raiser at… Continue reading

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You can help now!

One million Acholi people in Northern Uganda are starving, with no clean water, and many are dying while others live in appalling conditions after over 20 years of war. Aid Africa needs your help to save lives and bring hope to these desperate peo… Continue reading

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Pearls of Africa

Aid Africa supports these orphans by providing a nurturing environment along with housing, food, clothing, and school fees. Many of them have come to us after suffering greatly and are now blossoming under Rosette’s loving care at the Pearls of Af… Continue reading

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Education and Support of Children

Aid Africa pays the school fees for fifteen children in Gulu and another seventeen children in our orphanage “Pearls of Africa, Rosette’s Kids” in Jinja. When families in Africa have any extra money, they use it for school fees. Education, particu… Continue reading

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Beads!

Aid Africa supports the women in Gulu by selling the beautiful bead necklaces they make of recycled paper. Aid Africa supports their efforts and provides a market for their products, contributing to the economy in Gulu and increasing awareness of … Continue reading

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