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£2,110raised of £5,000 target by 31 supporters

    Weʼve raised £2,110 to fund a trip to Uganda for an initiative project that helps street kids, orphans and disabled children that are in a refugee camp.

    London, UK
    Funded on Friday, 24th August 2018

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    English Version (French version below)

    My passion for children and to see them fulfill their potential and become who they have been created to be has led me to set up a non-profit organisation called Response Care to help eradicate child poverty in third world countries; starting with projects in India & Uganda.

    The desire to help alleviate child poverty was born after a trip I took to India with a local charity in September 2016. On the trip we visited children living in the slums and on the streets of Mumbai. What I experienced was heart breaking and really challenged me. After the trip I knew I had to do something.

    Currently Response Care is working with an initiative project in a refugee settlement camp in Kamwenge District in southwestern Uganda where majority of children are street children, orphans, disabled and also abused children.

    In order to make this initiative more effective, we are looking to raise £5000 to visit the camp and these young children in August 2018, and to develop ways in which we can take action and be the answer to the children in desperate situations.

    The fund will go towards;

    - Covering the costs for travelling inside & outside of the country/village

    - Provide meals & materials for the children in the refugee camp

    Thank you so much for your contribution, any amount towards this project matters.

    Keep up to date with us on social media @responsecare #responsecare

    French Version

    Ma passion pour les enfants et les voir réaliser leur potentiel et devenir qui ils ont été créés pour être, m'a conduit à mettre en place une organisation sans but lucratif appelée Response Care pour contribuer à l'éradication de la pauvreté des enfants dans les pays en voie de développement, en particulier pour commencer notre action, en Inde et en Ouganda.

    Le désir d'aider à réduire la pauvreté des enfants vulnérables est né après un voyage que j'ai fait en Inde avec une organisation caritative locale en Septembre 2016. Au cours du voyage, nous avons visité des enfants vivant dans les bidonvilles et dans les rues de la ville de Mumbai. Ce que j'ai vécu et vu m’a brisé le cœur et m'a vraiment mis au défi. Après le voyage, je savais que je me devais d’agir.

    Actuellement Response Care travaille sur un projet d'initiative dans un camp de réfugiés dans le district de Kamwenge au sud-ouest de l'Ouganda, avec beaucoup d’enfants orphelins, handicapés et/ou malnutris.

    Afin de rendre cette initiative plus efficace, nous cherchons à récolter une somme de £5000 pour visiter ces enfants de ce camp en Août 2018. Et aussi mettre en place, avec du personnel local, des stratégies d’action afin de contribuer à la réponse de la problématique de ces enfants qui se sont retrouvés, malgré eux, dans des situations désespérées

    Les fonds irons vers;

    - La couverture des frais de voyage à l'intérieur et à l'extérieur du pays/village

    - L’approvisionnement en nourriture et en matériel de base pour ces enfants dans le besoin.

    Merci beaucoup pour votre contribution et generosité. Tout montant, aussi petit soit-il, fera pour ces enfants fera une grande différence.

    Retrouvez toutes nos mis à jour sur notre site Internet @responsecare et sur Facebook et Instragram.

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    • Joséphine Mimy Ingabire2 months ago
      Joséphine Mimy Ingabire

      Joséphine Mimy Ingabire

      2 months ago
      Update from the Page owner

      A big THANK YOU for donating and supporting my vision. Your contribution has propelled Response Care into its first phase of preparing a project to be achieved in the Rwamwanja Refugee Camp. The visit in the camp and spending time with children and the members of the community was tremendously enriching on how Response Care can step in and help make a difference in the community. It is exciting what is ahead for Response Care and this stage won’t have been possible without your generosity. And I thank you from depth of my heart. Joséphine

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    Supporters

    31

    • Sandy & Tim (friends of Gill's)

      Sandy & Tim (friends of Gill's)

      Aug 14, 2018

      We're very happy to support your fantastic initiative. Good luck!

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Aug 14, 2018

      Wishing you enormous success and good luck

    • Mayomi

      Mayomi

      Aug 13, 2018

      I trust that your effort would make a great difference

      £100.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Aug 10, 2018

      Best of luck

    • Robbie

      Robbie

      Aug 10, 2018

      So proud to be a part of this, good luck on the trip!

    • Drocelle Benezet

      Drocelle Benezet

      Aug 8, 2018

      So proud of you girly,keep up the good heart and I can't wait to hear what God has in stole for you ;)

      £50.00

    • Constantina Markides

      Constantina Markides

      Aug 7, 2018

      ❤️ Have fun beautiful and make a difference!

      £20.00

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