Thursday, September 07, 2006

Fellow Peace Corps Volunteers


Blogger hedd said...

A Welsh teenager was so moved by her experience in visiting a Medecins Sans Frontieres project in the world’s poorest country that she has set up an online account with so that people can finance the project.

18 year-old Ysgol Dyffryn Teifi sixth-former, Siriol Teifi visited Niger in West Africa last month to see for herself the situation a year on from the terrible famine of Autumn 2005.

Back in November 2005, Siriol raised £2000 for Christian Aid’s Niger appeal by fasting for a week at school.

Siriol has set up this webpage and an online account with so visitors can make donations online to Medecins Sans Frontieres with all the funds raised going to the Project in Maradi in the name of the people of Wales.

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Blogger t said...

Join us, do join us...all of you.
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Blogger DeborahKat said...

Natalie Beck,
Hi its Deborah from AmeriCorps. Thought about you and wondered if you were still in Niger. I was poor for so long and now can send you a care package. I wondered about you and your travel to Niger, the people you have met and the new environment you live in. Please write me when you can. I have always liked you and wish the best for you on your journey. I value your friendship and the bravery you carried across the seas to help those in need.
best regards, Deborah Kleczko

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