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£62raised of £1,000 target by 3 supporters

    Weʼve raised £62 to help fund for 2 schools in the Gambia, one which is run by Josh Dale Harris and a clinic run by Del Dallimore. Not for me.

    Bristol, United Kingdom
    Funded on Saturday, 23rd September 2017

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    There was recently a dictatorship in the Gambia, named Jameh (which could not be in the country under any circumstance), he had a brain tumour which affected all the population. All troops of surrounding countries had put their troops on the boarder of Gambia until the president backed down. All citizens (including students i had taught and treated) had to retreat to senegal until it was safe for them to return home. They have finally returned home but need desparate help.



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        Aug 28, 2017


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        Ross Gray

        Aug 24, 2017


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        Jack Shepherd

        Aug 24, 2017

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      Takuya Kubokawa

      Takuya Kubokawa

      Bristol, United Kingdom

      Me and Theo Cramer, spent a month in Gambia working at 2 schools and a clinic, these charities are small and are underfunded, we are planning to do a 200km hike at the beggining of next year and we are also planning an event. Think! £1 can feed around 15 people!

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