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AMC Karibuni students

Karibuni Children helps the poorest of the poor children in Kenya to access an education, from age 3 onwards. Many of them overcome extreme difficulties and gain a place at college or university. We are looking for people to sponsor some of these students on their courses, either partly or wholly - any contribution is welcome! For example, there is Deborah, doing a diploma in Agriculture, with no obvious means of support other than through Karibuni. Or Allbright, who is studying for a diploma in Health Records and Information Technology. Imagine the contribution to their society these students will make when they have qualified! Can you help?

Please contact Kate Winterbottom at, or phone 01296 614887. To read more about the scheme and some examples of current students, click here.

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