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Lebanon at the Crossroads

Matt Parker, Executive Director from Kids Alive International International said “I am most thankful to Ernst & Young for the amazing way in which they have supported Kids Alive International’ education projects in Kenya, Zambia and South Sudan.  This support will have a tremendous impact on the lives of hundreds of orphans and vulnerable children, giving them hope for a better future.”

The funds raised will be split across four projects in three countries in Africa: South Sudan, Kenya and Zambia. In South Sudan the funds will help provide an education to 12 residential and 23 non-residential children. Two new classrooms will be furnished at a Kenya school, allowing 60 children to get an education and in Zambia the funds will help 40 children who will have use of two new furnished classrooms. Each of these projects will be followed by one of the Ernst & Young teams who took part in the fund-raising with the fifth team also following the largest project of educating 60 children in Kenya.

Many thanks to Ernst and Young and its staff for such an amazing effort - we are extremely thankful for your support!

Posted on October 25th 2012

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