Kono Update & Needs

We have paid some scholarships yesterday for Kono school. This year we want to a dig water well in Kono and make benches and desks for some schools.  This is a diamond rich area, but poverty is so great here.

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Thank you!

In 2009, Touch the Nations sent $48,000 to Africa. In 2011, we sent $65,000. Thanks to everyone who contributed!!!

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January update from Sierra Leone

SCHOOL BUILDING PROJECT AT THE KONDIE FARM SCHOOL All the retaining walls will be completed and blocks will added to the foundation afterwards. Extra sand, iron rocks, cement, and stones have been purchased for the next phase of the project. ORPHANAGE AT NEWTON AMPUTEE CAMP More than 1700 blocks have been molded for the orphanage […]

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January update from Burundi

Suzanne in Burundi writes: “Thank you for all your wonderful support. Touch the Nations has been used as an instrument to take the shame off many vulnerable people in Burundi. It is really a gift to encourage us at the beginning of the year. Two of the orphan girls were very sick. Esther had malaria […]

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Update: Christmas in Burundi

From Suzanne:  “We rented a minibus which was circulated through different directions, picking up 128 street children and 22 street women with their children (not counted). All came to eat. We had also prepared, the day before, a small gift for each child to take with him or her, it was wonderful.” WE means the […]

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Celebrating 2011 and looking forward to the future

We had a hugely successful year at Touch the Nations.  We are grateful to all who made this possible in 2011: You helped us send a forty-foot shipping container of donations for all 6,000 amputees across several camps in Sierra Leone (Ship Hope to Africa) Your generosity allowed us to build a new building for the […]

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