EAFRS DONATES UNIFORMS TO CHILDREN IN WUM-CAMEROON. In February 2012, EAFRS donated uniforms to 60 primary and secondary school AIDS orphans in Wum Cameroon. The children were selected by our Partner in Wum, Charity Mothers Association. This association arranged for the sewing of the uniforms and eventually given to the children.
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EAFRS Togo or FRIENDS OF AIDS ORPHANS IN TOGO AFRICA TRUST (FADOTAT) DONATES TO 50 ORPHANS
FADTAT is working with a partnering CBO in a remote rural area known as Ngorano location. The CBO known as the Edith and Justus Kahiga PCEA Ngorano Memorial Orphanage in short the Ngorano Memorial Orphanage, FADOTAT assists orphans with school uniforms and school materials.
In response to the appeal by Ngorano Memorial orphanage, FADOTAT reached out to 25 orphans ranging from pre-school to high school and assisted them with school fees and school uniforms for the year 2012. Both are a requirement for attending school. FADOTAT also provided a pair of shoes each for the 25 children who otherwise would have attended school bear foot. Other school materials provided included exercise books, pens and pencils, rulers, erasers etc. For some of the older girls, hygienic pads were also provided to facilitate their continuous school attendance.
Distribution of the above materials ensured that each of the 25 children will attend school in 2012 without interruption.