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CAFODCatholic Agency for Overseas Development
CAFODCatholic Association for Overseas Development (London, England, UK)
CAFODCentral Africa Federation of the Disabled (Cameroon)
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Mike Sharpe, CAFOD volunteer at Our Lady of the Angels, said: "It all went very well - about 100 people came and enjoyed music and dancing.
After reading a leaflet about how CAFOD helped communities overseas to access clean water, Amy has organised a raffle at her school, Ursuline Catholic Primary, each year during CAFOD's Lent appeal.
People here need support with the basics, such as water and food, so CAFOD helps people to grow food and to adapt to the extreme conditions by conserving rainwater for crops or making fertiliser from improvised materials such as tobacco and chillies.
Their generosity enabled CAFOD to work in 15 of the worst-hit areas of the country, provide immediate emergency supplies, help people survive the coldest months, and now, one year on, the rebuilding of family homes.
Closer to home, Consett Catholics support CAFOD on a regular basis, donate food to refugees and asylum seekers and provide Christmas gifts for disadvantaged children.
CAFOD is urgently supporting those hit by the disaster before the Nepalese monsoon season intensifies, which will leave many in remote areas helpless.
30 to CAFOD Karen Jackson, head of business and ICT at St Michael's RC School said "Excellent introduction to social enterprise, simple products to sell, easy means of getting more stock in manageable quantities.
CAFOD has been working in Uganda since 1985 to reduce conflict, improve basic needs, provide emergency nutrition during drought periods, and help communities argue for better support from the Government.
To book a space on one of the coaches going from Birmingham CAFOD Birmingham on 01922 722 944 / birmingham@cafod.
It is marvellous that the tributes can go on to do greater good, and I would like to thank CAFOD for their help in making this happen.
At the weekend, Odette Kayirere, one of the women the Daily Post featured, travelled to Merseyside to meet some of those donors and speak to schoolchildren about her work as a partner of CAFOD.
I am so pleased that our efforts have enabled the company to make this important contribution to CAFOD who we are proud to have been associated with for 10 years," said Chris Pickthall, CPL Aromas Group chief executive officer.