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£180raised of £3,500 target by 2 supporters

    Weʼve raised £180 to Build/repair a maternity room for a hospital in Gambia in Salikenni.

    Sunderland, United Kingdom
    Funded on Tuesday, 15th January 2019

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    I recently visited Gambia, Salikenni, to give the local hospital some much needed medical supplies, when i was shown round the hospital by the director, I was heart broken as the building was in ruins, the equipment they have is very outdated and isn't doing the best of jobs. 4000 people use this hospital and the conditions and facilities was deplorable. The maternity room was so badly damaged by subsidence, that it was falling down. I would like raise funds to rebuild and repair this room.

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      • Maria Pounder

        Maria Pounder

        Mar 7, 2018

        Thankyou to everyone who came to my dinner party it was fantastic and another £100 towards my cause

        £100.00

      • Maria Pounder

        Maria Pounder

        Feb 4, 2018

        Raised this money by raffling a lollie tree I made

        £80.00

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      Maria Pounder

      Maria Pounder

      Sunderland, United Kingdom

      Hi my name is Maria Pounder and I recently went to Gambia to send over medical and school supplies. I want to help

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