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wilco 26 Feb 2008 09:40

Registered charity needs a car!
 
The Kapsiki Foundation, a charity registered in Spain, actively promotes women's rights in the Kapsiki region of Northern Cameroon. We have established a women's centre, are teaching traditional artwork, weaving etc, we have a pharmacy up and running and assist in improving health and nutrition for mothers and babies. We also run classes in malaria prevention and HIV/AIDS awareness. In great demand, we have several hundred square kilometres to cover and desperately need a car. The ideal would be a 4X4, LWB, Diesel, but we aren't fussy! Money is naturally tight and we are praying for a "white knight" to donate a vehicle either in Africa or Europe. In return we can only offer maximum media coverage to the benefit of all concerned.

Can someone out there please help?

Dave

Caminando 1 Mar 2008 13:31

Hi Wilco

Surprised to see nothing on your profile - nothing at all.

wilco 6 Mar 2008 09:30

Hmmm, good point. I'm a refugee from the demise of the Thorn Tree, now use Thorny Tree Refuge site. I'll rectify that omission now.
Dave

TT-Kira 7 Mar 2008 11:31

Dave & I are both Thorn Tree refugees, hence my 'TT' bit before my name. He's written some fantastic stuff about several trips down to Cameroon & elsewhere in W.Africa with & without his own vehicle on the Thorn Tree over a few years & is firmly committed to helping people in Cameroon!

Someone out there must know of a vehicle that could be donated to the charity??? Please!

Kira

dathaifrench 17 Mar 2008 20:47

Have you considered a motorcycle instead
 
Obviously depending on your needs and budget one or more motorcycles
may be worth considering instead of a car.
Riders for Health (Home) are the experts in this area
and are currently running some projects in adjacent Nigeria.

DF

wilco 18 Mar 2008 09:52

Thanks DF, I'm in touch with them now.


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