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Egyptian child support


At a recent PCC meeting, Sarah Campbell introduced a scheme for the support of Egyption children who live and work in the garbage village of Cairo. It was decided to support the scheme with a £100 donation.

Please find attached photographs and ‘thank you’ message below from Sarah's colleague, Julie Flavell, City of Wolverhampton College.


I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your support once again in our fund raising for the children of Cairo, Egypt, who live and work on the garbage village. This year we raised a grand total of £1215.13. In the present climate this is a fantastic amount of money.

I was in Egypt in May and this year more than ever they need our support, life is very difficult for them at the moment as the government has gone into the villages and killed all the pigs due to the threat of swine flu, although there hasn't been one case of it in the country. The effect on the people is devastating as a form of income has been taken away from them. I spent time with the children and they all know of the support they are receiving from you and they all send a big thank you and their love.

I cannot begin to express the effect you have helped to have on these children's lives and once again a huge thank you from me.

I have attached some photos so you can see what sort of lives these children have. If you would like to see other photos please contact me and I would be happy so show you more.

Julie



2009