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Better Globe supports Child Africa throug the sales of their Donation Package

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Published on Apr 20, 2010

This Child Africa presentation starts with a few pictures of students and teachers from Child Africa before showing some of the sing and dance performances by the children. To help prevent corruption, which is a major challenge in many African countries, the children are thought integrity as a subject at the Child Africa schools.

After the segment with the children singing, there are a few more pictures before an interview with one of the older students and his experience with Child Africa. He has continued his education and is at the time about to start his second year at the university.

From the sales in 2009 of the Better Globe Donation Package members contributed with close to EUR 16.000 to Child Africa. The Better Globe Donation Package also includes 2 trees donated to poor communities, 500 litres of water donated to poor farmers (Better Globe also provide training in water management and farming methods), EUR 1,5 that goes into a micro finance concept primarily to help poor famers increase production and profits, and 2 trees that will give returns to the buyer of the Donation Package over 20 years.

I hope you will learn more about Child Africa and consider making a donation or becoming a sponsor for one of the children. You can also help by supporting Better Globe, see links below.

Child Africa is a non-profit charity organization that has provided help in Uganda since 1991 and started to build a school in Kenya in 2008. Child Africa's mission: To instil Honesty and Integrity in every child in order to produce better future leaders.

Child Africa also includes deaf children at their schools; deaf children are usually left out and previously without hope of an education. In March 2010 Child Africa also started a unique pilot project in Uganda teaching deaf children to use mobile phones to encourage communication via writing strategies. Learn more: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Stop-hu...

Learn more about Child Africa: http://www.ChildAfrica.org

Learn more about Better Globe and Child Africa on Facebook: http://www.CO2negative.info

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