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    Weʼve raised £0 to Educate the needy orphans in Uganda from a district called Gulu and a village known as kolabili.They are partly victims of the LRA war.

    Closed on Friday, 9th November 2018

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    Orphans in Kolabili need money for school fees,books,uniforms and pads for the girls to improve on their quality of life and get a chance to a bright future. To also help them heal from the war that made them suffer.As they don't have the funds for that and not as literate as me to seek for help on such platforms.
    These children are very wonderful and intelligent . They donor deserve what befell them. So I want them to know that there are many people out there that care. I want them to regain their lives and joy back. I believe it's their right to acquire Education.
    The donations will go directly to me who will them send them to their respective schools and also purchase the needed requirements for their school and daily lives. Some will also be distributed to them as their up keep and pocket money until a new fund is raised for a new term.

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