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Chickens for Africa

Fundraising photography competition

Please help us make this a success. With the financial year nearing an end, we have joined with KYEEMA to undertake a "Chickens for Africa" fundraising photography competition. We want to raise awareness of the importance of village poultry for rural communities in Africa.

There will be nominal prizes for the top few entries. (Details here).

You can submit photos or send a donation, or both. We'll be very grateful either way.

SUBMIT PHOTO

Help us reach our fundraising target of A$10,000 for rural communities in Malawi and Mozambique.
And we have a donor who, for every dollar you donate, has pledged a matching dollar up to a cap of $6,000.

WHAT WILL YOUR DOLLARS DO?

$10 will give a family access to the vaccine.

$50 will supply a chicken starter kit for a family.

$100 will train and equip a village community vaccinator.

DONATE

Funds raised will be used to support vaccination of village chickens against Newcastle disease in Malawi and Mozambique. This activity has been proven to empower rural women and their families through the extra income and food provided by the chickens and eggs.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.

And finally, please bear with us if you have already learned of this campaign from our friends at KYEEMA.

With best regards,

Pat Boland

15 May 2017

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