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    Mr:- Japhet Aloyce Kalegeya

    Dear. Friends and donors
    My name is Japhet Aloyce Kalegeya, I am the Executive Director of
    the Christian Education and Development Organization (CEDO). I am a learner of Philanthropy University.

    You may access my organization information through,
    I think you might be interested in my project of DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN IN TANZANIA, the project aims to enable adolescent girls and orphans vulnerable children to access education for economic, health and employment opportunities in Tanzania. The project is running through raise public awareness on importance of education for adolescent girls and orphans vulnerable children, Provide school materials to students, and conducted discussion on how to protect and support adolescent girls and Orphans Vulnerable Children from violence. Given that there is a big gap that needs to be bridged for pastoralists to be able to enjoy better living standards, women and girls in the pastoralist communities lack education, hence limited opportunities in life, most families favors boys when opportunities arise, while women are normally married off and up more production tools and children rearing. As a result percentage of girls get chance to attend schools and very few get enrolled to secondary schools. I want to change this situation.
    The project is costs USD $ 70,000 for 12 months. But I need to cross the threshold of raising USD $ 5,000 from 40 donors on GlobalGiving platform. Now I come to you,humbly,to ask you to donate to the one of my activities, and inform you friends to visit to my site on March accelerator crowd funding campaign.
    Thank you for your donation!
    Japhet Aloyce Kalegeya
    Project Team Leader

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