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    Weʼve raised £0 to kick-start a School Uniform campaign in Tanzania

    Morden, London Borough of Merton, United Kingdom
    Closed on Tuesday, 16th February 2016

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    The School Uniform Campaign supports children in school where many families are in need and find difficulty in supplying new uniforms year-on-year.
    The uniforms are being distributed to the graduating classes of the primary schools firstly in honour of the children’s achievement at that level and secondly to allow the uniforms to be handed down to siblings or to others in the village.

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    • John de Ronde5 years ago
      John de Ronde

      John de Ronde

      5 years ago

      2015 was a very good year for the school uniform project. We need now to kick start our campaign for 2016. And we only have 30 days to start it off. So, "karibuni wote". We will keep you posted.

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      John de Ronde

      John de Ronde

      Morden, London Borough of Merton, United Kingdom

      I am operations manager for ABCDreams (UK) and ensure ALL funds go directly to the village and its families. I travel at my own expense to twice yearly oversee the spending programmes.

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